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Leaps & Happy Feet With Olympic Gold Medalist! #AD

Now we’re back in the world, I’ve been focused on building safe social opportunities for the girls with other kids as they’ve been completely isolated from other children the past 6 months. So when I was approached by Beth Tweddle Gymnastics for a partnership, I jumped at the opportunity to finally get 2020 onto the right foot by getting them into something new! Continue reading Leaps & Happy Feet With Olympic Gold Medalist! #AD

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Rolling Out Into The New World | Shielding with Muscular Dystrophy During the COVID Pandemic

Talking through my concerns as shielding drew to an end, the extra challenges disabled people face in the COVID era. What was it like coming out of hiding after 5 months? Read to find out… Continue reading Rolling Out Into The New World | Shielding with Muscular Dystrophy During the COVID Pandemic

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Inclusive Activities for the Whole Family

When different family members have different abilities, it can be challenging to come up with inclusive ways to keep everyone entertained, especially during lockdown. Here are some creative, effective and yet oh so simple suggestions to pass the time together!

Guest Blog by Ellie Hayes Continue reading Inclusive Activities for the Whole Family

Collage of the outside of The Printworks, the Manchester bee one love logo and me posing with my girls in front of coloured crates at a mini golf activity plac

Accessible Family Day Out in Manchester

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

On the Buses as a Disabled Parent

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