Rolling up your sleeve – Free Flu jab

It’s that time of year again, even though it feels like yesterday I was last jabbed in the arm – most of us are use/waiting to receive a text message or a call from our GP surgery inviting us for the annual arm jab. This year will be very different when it comes to havingContinue reading “Rolling up your sleeve – Free Flu jab”

Changing Places Toilets and Hospital

This week the Department of Health and Social Care announced the first round of funding of £500.000 to be given to 10 NHS Trust Hospital in England to build Changing Places facilities.

My 2019 summary

Wow can you believe in 2 days time we’re saying goodbye 2019! Where has this year gone!? But what a year full of memories it’s been. So while we’re all in that awkward Crimbo limbo period of just after Christmas waiting for the New Year’s Eve. Grab a cupper or a cheeky left over wineContinue reading “My 2019 summary”

My Cough Assist machine

I like my Life to be full of smiles and laughter… But I want to share apart of my life I don’t normally show everyone, not because I’m ashamed or scared of what others may say, And I’m definitely not looking for any sympathy as this is my life and I’m ok with that it’sContinue reading “My Cough Assist machine”

Reflection on 2018

Well can you believe we are just about to wave goodbye to 2018 going into 2019 or maybe some people are sticking their fingers up to it!. it doesn’t feel real anyone else feel that way? where did this year go!? My 2018 break down 2018 started with a beautiful family wedding, but unfortunately itContinue reading “Reflection on 2018”

Housing crisis

As you would have seen in the news reports over the last week it’s suddenly dawned on the able-bodied world that there is a massive shortage in suitable housing for disabled people. Unfortunately this isn’t as much of a surprise to us that are disabled we have known this for years.  It’s been called theContinue reading “Housing crisis”

Accessibility issues within NHS hospital’s for Disabled patience.

Let’s face it not many people love being in hospital at the best of times it’s not the most dignifying or pleasant experience sometimes, but being in hospital isn’t easy when you have Muscular Dystrophy or any other disability for that matter the whole experience from start to finish can bring a whole host ofContinue reading “Accessibility issues within NHS hospital’s for Disabled patience.”

I’ve never been this ill before even with having Muscular Dystrophy

It’s now been over a month since I came out of Milton Keynes university hospital after spending 3 weeks In their care, it’s been a struggle adapting back into home life, finding the energy to be stood up and being put into my chair has been hard work let alone getting washed and dressed IContinue reading “I’ve never been this ill before even with having Muscular Dystrophy”