To Care is to share!

The best way to care about someone or something is to share knowledge with or about it. This is just one of the reasons I started writing. However, before I jump ahead I need to revisit the day I received my diagnosis’s. I was diagnosed with FHL1 Gene Mutation a rare form of Muscular DystrophyContinue reading “To Care is to share!”

Leaving a legacy

Leaving a legacy’ is this something you have thought about? Because for me It’s not something I can say has ever crossed my mind. Until now! I would even go a far as to say. I probably would’ve told you I don’t have any children and don’t choose to have any children, so I wouldn’tContinue reading “Leaving a legacy”

Calling on all Local Authorities.

Disclaimer: All views and opinions expressed on this blog are purely the blogger’s own. “Life changing” Would these two words automatically pop to mind when thinking or talking about a toilets? My guess is probably not and why would they – the ‘call of nature’ is a natural bodily function that happens multiple times aContinue reading “Calling on all Local Authorities.”

Staycations: And being disabled

Disclaimer: This is a sponsored article. All views and opinions expressed on this blog are purely the blogger’s own. ‘Staycations’ have made a big boom this year. With hotels, caravan parks and cottage rentals booked up for months, and why not the UK has some incredible places to visit. Expedia saw a 75% increase inContinue reading “Staycations: And being disabled”

National Disability Strategy – does and will it make difference?

It’s been nearly two weeks since the launch of the National Disability Strategy – this long-awaited strategy, named by the Prime Minister ‘most ambitious endeavor on disability in a generation’. How has this long-awaited supposed “game changer” been received with a muted response from charities and other organisations that represent the interests of 14.1 millionContinue reading “National Disability Strategy – does and will it make difference?”

The taboos around disability and sex!

I’m going to keep with the theme of taboo subjects when it comes to disability – last week I spoke about ‘talking about disability seen as a taboo subject’ the week it sex and disabled people! Why? Because sex seems to be one of the top questions on some people’s minds when having a conversationContinue reading “The taboos around disability and sex!”

Talking about disability seen as a taboo topic!

Hi my name is Kerry. And yes, I am a disabled woman. And no, I’m not a taboo topic. An estimated 14 million disabled people in the UK, and yet talking about disability is still seen as a taboo topic in 2021. So is it really surprising that feelings of awkwardness is involved on bothContinue reading “Talking about disability seen as a taboo topic!”

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!”