Together we are stronger! Compiling all the assistance available for disabled persons in the UK during the Coronavirus pandemic.
Proudly sponsored by Revitalise’s #COVIDCarePlan campaign! Continue reading Disabled Persons Guide During the Pandemic | #COVIDCarePlan AD
in light of the pandemic that’s now engulfed the UK, I’m reaching out to others with carers or PAs with information on minimising the risk on contracting the virus when we have people in-and-out of our homes that we depend on. Continue reading Personal Assistant 101 | Coronavirus Protocol
For Mother’s Day, I encouraged my readers to go ahead and ask me ANY question they had about Motherhood and Disability. Here’s what you came up with! Continue reading Motherhood and Disability | Q & A!
How system failures, budget cuts and lack of a specific protocol for disabled parents means many children become young carers and how it’s down to our government, NOT the parents. Continue reading How govt cuts for disabled people is stealing children’s childhoods
I first became friends with Lori about 3 years ago after reading her book; ‘It’s One Of Them! Living with Spinal Muscular Atrophy‘ after it came up on a Google search around the time I was eagerly searching for other Mum’s … Continue reading Cutting Budgets, Cutting Lives | Lori’s Story
(TITLE IMAGE: Hand trying to pick through eggs with different worrying expressions drawn on them) Just like any employer, those under the Direct Payments scheme – interviewing, hiring and managing their own staff for their care needs get their fair … Continue reading Personal Assistants 101 | My Worst PA Experiences
I’m very much a researcher, an adapter, a think ahead kind of person, and that also applies to my role as a Mum. In every single problem my disability causes I automatically think outside the box and find a way … Continue reading Letting Go Of What I Can’t Do With My Children