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10 Things People Ask Me as a Disabled Parent

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

Blog post collage cover image. States "Inclusive Kitchen features the DFG can make a reality - part of the Accessible Living Series." Includes images of my daughters making cupcakes with me on the rise and fall worktops, tea cooking in the accessible oven and my hand turning the carousel in the cupboard.

Inclusive Kitchen Features the DFG Can Make a Reality | Accessible Living

An insider’s guide on how to improve the functionality of the kitchen to meet your needs using the Disabled Facilities Grant. Including first-hand experience proving that attitudes, knowledge and the right support will enable you to regain your independence in what many consider the heart of the home. Continue reading Inclusive Kitchen Features the DFG Can Make a Reality | Accessible Living

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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

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Little Changes Minimising Our Families Ecological Footprint

Running a busy household, especially with young children, it’s so easy to lose track of how much we waste and how many things we buy that aren’t actually recyclable.

Determined to be more mindful about our environment, I made some slow and subtle changes in our home that over time will make a big impact doing our bit to save the planet! Continue reading Little Changes Minimising Our Families Ecological Footprint