For Young Carers Awareness Day, I spoke with 2 incredible young people with siblings who have life-limiting conditions. Exploring their journeys, support available and how lack of accessibility affects them too! Continue reading How Accessibility Impacts Young Carers
An important guide for women with physical disabilities in accessing routine Cervical Screening under the NHS. Everything you need to know, backed by Jo’s Cervical Cancer Trust.
Come along with me as we look back on such a trying year with a very happy ending! I promise you’ll leave with restored hope in humanity and joy in your heart going forth into 2020! Continue reading 2019 – A Year of Tears and Triumphs!
For the past 3 years we’ve opened our home to these cheeky mess-makers, committed to making Christmas even more magical for our girls. However, little did we know how devastating this timeless tradition would become when my littlest couldn’t follow the Number 1 rule! Continue reading Elf on the Shelf: Rules You’re Forced to Break
Announcing the app paving the way for Changing Places users experiences with the aid of modern technology, thanks to the Derby company passionate about dignity and equality. Continue reading Revolutionary New App for Changing Places Users!
Showcasing baby products that weren’t intentionally manufactured for disabled parents in mind, yet are TOTAL game changers for looking after a newborn when you have a physical disability. Continue reading 5 Baby Must-Haves for Disabled Mums/Dads
Follow our family for an impromptu accessible and fun-filled day out in Manchester City Centre! How accessible is it? Where will we end up?
This blog post is in collaboration with Hotels.com Continue reading Accessible Family Day Out in Manchester
Deemed as scary as talking about the birds and the bees! This post is full of useful advice on how to start the conversation about people with disabilities with children and why it’s so important to introduce disability while they’re young. Continue reading Explaining Disability to Children
What happens when you’re a wheelchair user, have young children and need to use the bus? This is the reality for disabled parents when there’s no policy to protect our rights to use public transport and how acts of kindness from fellow passengers can literally make or break our day as a result. Continue reading On the Buses as a Disabled Parent
Detailing my experience of gaining my first diploma in Autism Awareness as a disabled adult via Distance Learning. Continue reading Autism Awareness Diploma | The Skills Network