For most of us, day to day life with a disability is one of ‘routine’. Not that it is usually possible to keep a routine, by using the word ‘routine’ I mean that day to day the same things tend to happen; you wake up tired or in pain, you have a shower and feel exhausted, you get dressed and need a rest, and so on.
However, this article is not about chronic fatigue, or exhaustion, it is instead about how one goes about the task of gaining some relief from mental fatigue.
Continue reading Finding peace in a field
Unless you’ve really been avoiding the news, you’ll know that there was a tube strike this week, and whilst the vast majority of commuters made alternative arrangements and many others took to social media to complain about their lot – for those of us who are wheelchair users it was just another day in paradise. Right?
Continue reading Why the tube strike is good for disabled people
As you are aware, we are not JUST all about disabled parking bay abuse, although it is the primary reason we are here, we also aim to be an encouraging and inspiring resource for people from all backgrounds, and with all types of abilities.
We often get emails from group members or from people who’ve stumbled across us via the ether of the internet, expressing thanks and briefly telling us their story. Of course, we have also outright asked for these stories about your passions and how you feel you could inspire others too!
Continue reading Exciting Announcement!
So, following on from our article we posted yesterday, here are ten really positive things you can say to parents who have a child with autism. Continue reading Ten really good things to say to a parent with an Autistic child
As parents to two autistic boys we’ve heard some of these and if you are a parent to an autistic child, then you probably have too!
Continue reading Ten things NOT to say to a parent with an autistic child
They do an amazing job, are often unsung heroes, and many of us would have a poorer quality of life without them. It’s two and a half weeks to go until Carers Week 2015! Continue reading Carers Week
Just how accessible is your local town? Do you prefer your local High Street to your nearest shopping centre?
The UK’s 12.2 million disabled people make a noticeable contribution to employment and local economies. The Accessible Britain Challenge in aims to encourage shops, businesses and local authorities to work closely with disabled people and their organisations to break down barriers and make services more accessible and inclusive. Continue reading Accessible Britain