Sarah Dillingham is the founder of Grace and Able, who make wearable joint support for people with arthritis. Grace & Able products are hand therapist designed, with input from arthritis patients, for function, comfort and style, empowering wearers to keep doing the things they love for longer.
“The best businesses solve a real-world problem and are run by founders who can keep going in the face of setbacks.
“Disabled entrepreneurs already have these strengths. We can identify solvable problems that larger companies can’t spot, and we already know how to be resilient and adaptable.”
Read her story to learn how her wedding dance inspired her to found her company, and why disabled entrepreneurs are perfectly placed to run their own businesses.