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Motherhood and Disability | Q & A!

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!

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Me Before You | Film Review | Honest perspective written by someone with a life limiting condition

DISCLAIMER: THIS BLOG POST CONTAINS CONTENT ON ASSISTED SUICIDE WHICH SOME READERS MAY FIND UPSETTING. I have been dying to see this film since its release in 2016. It’s controversial hype in the disability community drew my interest. Many a disabled person have had very negative things to say about the story as it touches on the uncomfortable subject of assisted suicide. I knew from others reviews that my opinion isn’t exactly mainstream and I possibly may get some negative feedback from this post, but I’m compelled to write an honest review from someone who has a life limiting condition … Continue reading Me Before You | Film Review | Honest perspective written by someone with a life limiting condition

Personal Assistants 101: Mutual Respect Speaks Volumes

Welcome to the first installment of many blog posts I have in mind on the matter of recruiting, managing, appreciating and knowing your rights as an employer of Personal Assistants via the Direct Payments scheme here in the UK. CLICK HERE for more information on what the Direct Payments Scheme entails In this blog I’m not holding back any punches, we are diving head first into the type of workable relationship you want to have with a person whom (let’s get real here!), is going to be very involved in your day-to-day life and needs to get to know you, … Continue reading Personal Assistants 101: Mutual Respect Speaks Volumes