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
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
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
An emotional account on my eldest daughters life-changing diagnosis. What the future may hold and discovering how societies misconceptions of blindness influenced my heartbreak. This is Abbie’s journey, through her Mummy’s eyes. #RetinitisPigmentosaAwarenessMonth Continue reading Abbie’s Diagnosis – Retinitis Pigmentosa Awareness Month
It’s difficult to keep typically developing children from becoming bored and literally losing their minds on a wild, windy and wet day. Though when you have a SEN child with a visual impairment, you have to think outside the box … Continue reading Top 5 Rainy Day Activities For Visually Impaired Children
When I first learned of Disability Snow Sports UK through my friend Emma’s blog (aka SimplyEmma.co.uk – Top UK disabled travel blogger) I was stunned skiing was actually possible for somebody who was a wheelchair user whom had very little … Continue reading 5 Year Old Does Accessible Skiing With A Visual Impairment
As a parent of a child registered as “Partially Sighted” with a progressive condition affecting the retina, I’ve scoured high and low for every day products that could improve my daughters daily life. The products I’ve found most helpful aren’t actually aimed as those with low vision/ sight loss, BUT average items targeted for the “average child” that’ve made such a difference! Here are my “5 Useful tools for your Visually Impaired Child.” 1. Disco BallsCLICK HERE to Buy this Disco Ball for £29.99 at Maplin! Like most young children, my daughter was afraid of the dark. Aside from leaving … Continue reading 5 Useful tools for your Visually Impaired Child