Why can’t I access a smear test?

Let’s talk…. This is a subject we need to talk more openly about, and that does mean ALL genders. it’s not a subject we should or can shy away from – yes it’s one of those taboo subjects that people in all walks of life struggle to talk about. The lack of access to smearContinue reading “Why can’t I access a smear test?”

Season greeting!

Hey there, Wow can you believe Christmas Day is just two days way, it definitely doesn’t feel like a year has nearly passed us by. So before the end of the year I wanted to wish you a Merry Christmas and send you all the good vibes for 2021 – as heck we’re going toContinue reading “Season greeting!”

I’m Kerry get me out of here!

In the words of Ant and Dec ‘Get me outta here’ It’s been 290 days since I left my home – you could mistake the beginning of this sentence for a meeting declaring my addiction to my home and to be completely honest you wouldn’t be far off the truth, my home has become myContinue reading “I’m Kerry get me out of here!”

The ever changing life living with Muscular Dystrophy

Life can change in the flash of a moment. Something we learn to adapt to whether you are the picture of perfect health or living with a disability/impairment. My life is certainly no exception of this, life certainly isn’t predictable or come with a handbook to guide you through the timelines of life, it canContinue reading “The ever changing life living with Muscular Dystrophy”

‘How far have we come? How far have we to go?’

Be completely honest how much do you really know about disability history? Did you even know there was a month dedicated to celebrating? I’m sure most people would say no, even my own hubby said no when I asked, it wouldn’t surprise me if ‘no’ was your answer, it could very easily just pass youContinue reading “‘How far have we come? How far have we to go?’”

25 years on – The Disability Discrimination Act how far have we come?

It’s 25 years since the Disability Discrimination Act became law, but the campaign for equality goes on! Passed on 8 November 1995 I was just 16 years old and very much clueless to a Community struggling in a world that discriminated against disabled people in regards to employment, education, transport, or goods and services. It’sContinue reading “25 years on – The Disability Discrimination Act how far have we come?”

Being disabled and humour!

Being disabled doesn’t seem like it would be a laughing matter, and you would be right but in the same sentence I do think it has its place within certain aspects. Believe it or not it does have a degree of success as well, having that ability to laugh at myself not taking certain thingsContinue reading “Being disabled and humour!”

Accepting a new normal

Accepting a new normal when I was just feeling like I had found my feet… well wheels! ‘Normal’ what does that even mean and does it really exist? Everyone’s normal is different or we would all be boring. plus life has this way of dealing us different cards of change from time to time whetherContinue reading “Accepting a new normal”