A safe space at MK Snap!

We all know that i’m a sucker for a good toilet story and by far this is probably one of the most heartwarming and yet at the same time a heartbreaking one. Of a young man that just wanted his independence. last year I had the pleasure of meeting this amazing lady called Angie. SheContinue reading “A safe space at MK Snap!”

Ignoring disabled customers

Disclaimer: This is a sponsored article. All views and opinions expressed on this blog are purely the blogger’s own. Have you ever taken much thought to when it coming to going shopping, eating out or going to watch a movie? No. And why would you, it’s almost easy to get lost in a world that’sContinue reading “Ignoring disabled customers”

An open letter to the Prime Minister

Dear Prime Minister, I am writing this open letter to you because the rapidly increasing inaccessible housing crisis we face, and have been facing for many years now. The upcoming decisions ‘You’ and your minsters make during your time in number 10 Downing Street will make a significant irreversible impact to the 14.1 million disabledContinue reading “An open letter to the Prime Minister”

Access means??

Disclaimer: This is a sponsored article, all views and opinions expressed on this blog are purely the blogger’s own. There are over 14 million disabled people living in the UK, it’s safe to say have been adapting their lives for many years, already faced with restrictions, health anxieties and challenges. It’s just a part ofContinue reading “Access means??”

Our accessible home anniversary

Wow I can’t actually believe we are in May where has the time gone!? The first weekend in may ‘bank holiday weekend’ is a special memory for hubby and i, but more for me it was the weekend we finally moved into our accessible home provided by Habinteg – I have spoken a few timesContinue reading “Our accessible home anniversary”

Removing barriers of employment for disabled people

If the future me had wheeled into my pub at 24, sat me down and said your life is going to change in more ways than one. It might take you a few years to find your place within society and where you truly belong in this crazy world but you will. When i wasContinue reading “Removing barriers of employment for disabled people”

Disabled and older people deserve better than ‘making do’

Let’s get right down to the wheels this year has proven to be challenging for most people, but for too many disabled people the challenges have and still been significantly worse because of access issues within their home.” Disabled people for far too long now have been expected to ‘make do’ and ‘just put upContinue reading “Disabled and older people deserve better than ‘making do’”

unhelpful and unwilling people

The yearly awaited text message pinged into my inbox Monday morning – ‘We would like to invite you for your annual flu vaccine. Please kindly call to make an appointment. Thank you’. That seems like a simple request yes? Call, book, get jabbed in the arm simples! I’ve been having the flu jab for overContinue reading “unhelpful and unwilling people”