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!
Showcasing my top picks that make the biggest difference and why in making our home accessible.
Part of my ‘Accessible Living’ series. Continue reading 7 Things That Make Our Home Accessible
A stark insight into societies ‘no-filter’ approach, common misconceptions and ableist attitudes when encountering parents with disabilities. Continue reading 10 Things People Ask Me as a Disabled Parent
A patient guide on preparing for a Suprapubic catheter surgery including: prep at home, catheter kit storage solutions, information video, post-op aftercare and developing a routine living with an indwelling catheter. Continue reading Preparing for a Suprapubic Catheter
What you don’t see – behind the scenes of my wheelchair fundraiser appeal. 7 months into crowdfunding to get my independence back. Continue reading All I Want for Christmas | #Blogmas Xmas Appeal
Here in the UK on the NHS, physiotherapy for progressive muscle-wasting conditions stop once you reach age 18. The way it was told to my parents was that the NHS could no longer justify the cost of weekly/fortnightly therapy that would never better the young persons ultimately incurable condition, despite if maintain physiotherapy benefited the individual in some shape or form. Here’s my story trying to re-access this vital therapy… Continue reading Physio After 18 | Incurable muscle-wasting conditions ¦ Part I