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”

Who are you?

How would you respond if I asked, “Who are you?” While the question may seem simple, it can also be a deceiving and complex one. You would of course answer to the best of your ability, the same as I would, but if for argument sake what if I also offered “what ifs.” For instance,Continue reading “Who are you?”

Facing the physical transitions

Transitions are a part of life from the moment we’re born. We go through puberty as teenagers and our bodies change. We move out of our parents’ place to go to university or start a new job. We get older, some of us have kids, and our perspectives change. When living with Muscular Dystrophy weContinue reading “Facing the physical transitions”

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”

How to avoid falls

Some of you may have experienced a drunken fall on a night out, managed to get up, brush yourself down and move on with barely any scrapes or bruises. I may not have fallen in years, but I can still very clearly remember every fall I had. Where it was and how much time itContinue reading “How to avoid falls”

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??”

Reflections in Colour – Muscular Dystrophy UK

Muscular Dystrophy has always been very close to my heart, with my mum being diagnosed when I was a child and then myself when I was 24 with the same rare form of Muscular Dystrophy a progressive muscle wasting condition. So i’m sure you can imagine I was very honoured and excited when my friendContinue reading “Reflections in Colour – Muscular Dystrophy UK”

Why we still need awareness.

Hey everyone, welcome back. Let’s talk about awareness. You may, or may not know we have a few coming up over the next few months like the month of June is ‘Carers Week’ and July is ‘Disability Pride’. You might have very mixed feelings when it comes to all the awareness around disability but everyContinue reading “Why we still need awareness.”