|Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games|
|Dates: 23 July - 3 AugustCoverage: Live on BBC TV, HD, BBC Radio 5 live, Red Button, Connected TVs, online, tablets and mobiles|
The Commonwealth Games demonstrate how disability sports can be integrated into major events, says Baroness Tanni Grey-Thompson.
A total of 22 medals across five Para-sports will be up for grabs at Glasgow 2014.
"The Commonwealth Games show that it doesn't matter if you are disabled or non-disabled," said Grey-Thompson.
"The Commonwealth Games is the one event that does integration properly."
One of Britain's most successful disabled sports stars, Grey-Thompson added: "People who come to watch don't differentiate, they just want to see good sport."
The Para-sports on show at Glasgow 2014 are athletics, powerlifting, swimming, lawn bowls and cycling.
The Games get under way with the opening ceremony on 23 July.
Grey-Thompson, who won 11 Paralympic golds during her career, added that disabled athletes were treated poorly at her first Commonwealth Games in 1990 but believes conditions have improved noticeably.
"We were completely separated and segregated," said the 44-year-old.
"We weren't given any kit, we were not allowed to live in the village. With each four-year cycle, there has been an expansion of events and sports."
A number of Paralympic medallists from London 2012 will compete in Glasgow, including David Weir, Aled Davies, Dan Greaves, Ollie Hynd and Neil Fachie.
|Para-sport events at Glasgow 2014|
|Swimming: Men's S9 100m freestyle (S8/S7 eligible), S14 200m freestyle, SM8 200m medley (SM7 eligible). Women's S8 100m freestyle (S7 eligible), SB9 100m breaststroke (SB8 eligible), SM10 200m medley (SM9 eligible)|
|Athletics: Men's T37 100m, T54 1500m (T53 eligible), F42/44 discus. Women's T12 100m (T11 eligible), T54 1500m (T53 eligible), T37/38 long jump|
|Track Cycling: Men's sprint tandem, 1000m time trial. Women's sprint tandem, 1000m time trial.|
|Lawn Bowls: B2/B3 pairs (blind/visually-impaired), B6/B7/B8 triples (physical impairment)|
|Powerlifting: Men's lightweight and heavyweight, Women's lightweight and heavyweight|