Growing up it was very much an non-disabled world from a child’s eyes, it wasn’t the topic of conversation over the dinner table and I think that’s how my mum wanted it to be, not for any reason of being ashamed but more to show my brother and myself that even though she had her … Continue reading I fight for disability rights for the future me’s
Being a disabled adult I am acutely aware of the many challenges i will face in life, becoming somewhat immune to forms of discrimination and aggression. I almost expect not to be able to get into a shop because there’s a step or two to get into the shop or the Ilys too small for … Continue reading Ask about my disability if your curious.
Welcome back everyone and not forgetting all you newbies also. Hi how are ya? Last week I wrote about my shocking experience with my local wheelchair services AJM Healthcare over a two year period to the present day, since then I have been inundated with messages and comments from other wheelchair uses about their own … Continue reading A broken system
Lied to, lied about, disrespected in my own home, bullied, complaints brushed under the carpet, advised to email only not to call anymore. All made by one company that says and I quote "We provide High-Quality, outcome-led, services in wheelchair & Community equipment" . There is a huge misconception that most people believe that when … Continue reading You Stole My Legs
I've said it many times before the disability world is very much a second thought and forgotten world. It's a subject I probably should have written about long before now, so why haven't I!? probably because when you spend so much time fighting for the simplest of things like going to the toilet you live … Continue reading A forgotten world
When will it end!? The question on everyone's mind. Although we have no idea when lockdown will finish for some of you it will end sooner than for some of us in the disability and shielded Community that may not happen until a vaccine has been found which could take until next year. However. I'm … Continue reading Feeling anxious about returning back to normal!!
Right now we are spending more time at home than we've ever done before, but for some disabled people this is something relatively normal to them spending endless hours and days suck at home looking at the same four walls. I've spoken on several occasions about accessibility within the home being a disabled person myself … Continue reading Lockdown, Living in an Accessible home
Beginning another week in lock-down can be super tough on your mental health especially being Easter weekend and ordinarily we would of spent it enjoying the beautiful weather we've had probably would've been so much easier if it packed it down with rain! One of the biggest battles we face is our own thoughts especially … Continue reading Starting a new week.