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??”

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.”

I have been nominated for the National Diversity awards

I am incredibly honoured and blown away that someone took the time to nominate me for a National Diversity Award. Category: positive role model – Disability. The National Diversity Awards – is a swish black tie event, which celebrates the exceptional achievements of grass-root communities that tackle the issues in today’s society, giving them recognitionContinue reading “I have been nominated for the National Diversity awards”

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”

I have my legs back!

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!”

As an adult with Muscular dystrophy, i have a responsibility.

I have always said our superpower is having the ability to share our experiences. The older i get i feel a sense of responsibility to the next generation growing up. Or not yet living with Muscular dystrophy. As an adults with myofibrillar myopathy a rare form of muscular dystrophy I do believe we should helpContinue reading “As an adult with Muscular dystrophy, i have a responsibility.”