Impossible choices

The rising cost of living is a conversation that isn’t likely to cash out anytime soon. Not just in the disabled community. Many people/families will be faced “impossible choices in order to survive” Soaring energy prices, increasing fuel and food costs, it can feel like you’re being held hostage by energy companies and forced toContinue reading “Impossible choices”

Looking After A Wheelchair Accessible Vehicle (WAV)

What’s your first memory of getting a new wheelchair accessible vehicle (WAV)? The excitement and anticipation of delivery day? Having a car that is adapted for your needs? Having the latest make and model? The way your new car drives or that brand new car smell?. Like most things in life the novelty wears off.Continue reading “Looking After A Wheelchair Accessible Vehicle (WAV)”

Everyone should be included no matter the age!

When you think of the word Inclusion what does it mean to you? Inclusion is defined as the state of being included or being made a part of something. When a book covers many different ideas and subjects, it is an example of the inclusion of many ideas. When multiple people are all invited toContinue reading “Everyone should be included no matter the age!”

Afternoon tea!

With Disability Pride Month coming to an end I have so many reasons to be proud. it’s been a busy month for me and ‘Sheila’ aka my A wheelchair accessible vehicle From Winning two awards at the MK inspiration awards. Inspirational woman and outstanding achievement. A black tie event so I got to get allContinue reading “Afternoon tea!”

Let’s go thunders!

And, just like that the inner cheerleader was out – I was just missing the pom-poms! When the opportunity presented itself though Milton Keynesia Magazine to go watch the MK Thunders play the Jets from Slough, my pink winter coat was ready for a night at the ice rink. I haven’t been to an iceContinue reading “Let’s go thunders!”

An Accessible Easter

Inclusion isn’t just about having access, it’s also about being able to participate! Easter bonnets at the ready! Who doesn’t love a good old fashioned Easter Egg hunt, I know if I could get away with it, i would. But at 43 I think the kids would probably out wit me these days! Every yearContinue reading “An Accessible Easter”

International women’s day

After taking a few weeks off writing – it felt only right to come back on International women’s day. International Women’s Day takes place on the 8th March annually to celebrate the achievements of women, to raise awareness against bias and to inspire and empower us all to take action for equality. The theme forContinue reading “International women’s day”

A night of glitz and glam – National Diversity Awards

A night I will never forget! You might be thinking. How did Kerry get to go to the UK’s premier diversity awards or what an earth is she talking about I have never heard of the National diversity Awards before just now! From the moment the email pinged into my inbox. ‘Heading ‘Evidence: The NationalContinue reading “A night of glitz and glam – National Diversity Awards”