It’s easy for me to sit here writing about my experiences when it comes to living with muscular dystrophy but what about the parents that live though every fall, slip, hospital appointment. Muscular dystrophy can affect all ages at any point in life. Whether your child has been living with muscular dystrophy for years orContinue reading “An open letter to muscular dystrophy parents”
Muscular dystrophy takes my physical abilities, but not my powers of observation if anything it just heightens my ability to observe more than others! I may joke about calling me a superhero because of the name of my muscular dystrophy ‘FHL1 Gene mutation’. – my physical limitations just heighten other abilities like my observational skills,Continue reading “Our Powers of Observation”
I have written about the importance of Independence in the past and you will hear me in almost all of my interviews talking about it as well. But I read something the other day that made me think, so let me talk about independence in a different way! As children we all strived to becomeContinue reading “Redefining the word ‘independence‘”
Ten months ago i wrote an article called ‘you stole my legs’. After being so sick and tired of being lied to and treated like i was ‘less than’ by a company that has contact with the disabled community every single day. There is a huge misconception that most people believe that when you haveContinue reading “I have my legs back!”
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Welcome to My Life Kerry’s Way
Hello, I’m Kerry
Firstly, thanks for popping by, as you’ve probably guessed, I’m the one behind the blog. SO what do you wanna know? i’m a forty-something blonde in charge of a wheelchair (watch your feet) from the UK. I love new experiences and a great campaign to get my wheels stuck into.Learn more….