Collage thumbnail image. On the left it reads 'Sport on the Square' inside a football net graphic, beneath "An inclusive approach to sport for the whole family' embraced by both a family symbol and wheelchair and below this the Bolton Council logo. On the right is a sneak peek of two photos from the day. The first is my 6 year old nephew trying archery and and 2nd is my 6 year old daughter riding in circles on a large 3 wheeler trike.

‘Sport on the Square’ 3-day Festival #Bolton | Accessibility Review ♿

Come along for the ride through this detailed post on ‘Sport on the Square,’ a local 3-day festival focusing on keeping families in the borough active. Taking out the guess work by giving you the inside scoop on how accessible and inclusive the event is for families with a wide range of disabilities such as ours. Continue reading ‘Sport on the Square’ 3-day Festival #Bolton | Accessibility Review ♿

Selfie of Fiona, long brunette hair, black rectangular glasses smiling holding up the Changing Places logo

How Changing Places benefit parents with disabilities

An innovative introduction of how Changing Places toilet facilities are unknowingly bridging the gap in aiding disabled parents out and about in their daily lives. Continue reading How Changing Places benefit parents with disabilities

Photo of me and my 6yr old daughter Abbie walking hand-in-hand as I roll in my powerchair. The photo is taken from behind as we stroll along tower bridge in London.

A Guide to Exploring London as a Mum in a Wheelchair ♿

After #MDUKConf18, we made some time to explore the capital as a family. Here’s how I got on navigating the big city as a Mum who’s a wheelchair user. Continue reading A Guide to Exploring London as a Mum in a Wheelchair ♿