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Paws and Prose: 5 Tips for Writers with a Disability — Little Sea Bear

Today, I’d like to give you some writer tips to help you. These will be accessible tips, so you can use these whether you’re disabled or able-bodied. 48 more wordsPaws and Prose: 5 Tips for Writers with a Disability — Little Sea Bear

Changing Places Reviews

‘Changing Places’ – Tesco Superstore Winchester

The ‘Changing Places’ in this Tesco superstore is located towards the back. I would go through the main doors and cut straight down behind the checkouts, heading towards the toilets. Then you will find it. It is clearly signposted with the appropriate symbol and has a radar key lock which I think is great.  The… Continue reading ‘Changing Places’ – Tesco Superstore Winchester

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What Disabled People Wish Abled People Could Understand — My Rockin Disabled Life

When someone get to know often they see you struggle and learn your challenges so they think it qualifies them as experts in your disability. I am not going to argue that you probably know more medical facts about my condition because I don’t care to remember random medical facts about Spina Bifida but you…What Disabled… Continue reading What Disabled People Wish Abled People Could Understand — My Rockin Disabled Life

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Sit & Wait

'Ignorance is bliss' A well-known saying and in some respects it can be true and people prefer to hide behind it. But then there is just plain ignorance and poor attitudes towards those with disabilities. I have been objecting to the way I am treated by society and people in child and adult services. Any… Continue reading Sit & Wait

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Removing barriers of employment for disabled people — My life kerry’s way

If the future me had wheeled into my pub at 24, sat me down and said your life is going to change in more ways than one. It might take you a few years to find your place within society and where you truly belong in this crazy world but you will. When i was […]Removing… Continue reading Removing barriers of employment for disabled people — My life kerry’s way

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Is It Easier To Get A Job When You Have Invisible Disability? — My Rockin Disabled Life

When you have an invisible disability people often assume that finding employment is easier than if you had a visible disability because you don’t have to disclose your disability like you do with a visible disability. 1,175 more wordsIs It Easier To Get A Job When You Have Invisible Disability? — My Rockin Disabled Life

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Access means?? — My life kerry’s way

Disclaimer: This is a sponsored article, all views and opinions expressed on this blog are purely the blogger’s own. There are over 14 million disabled people living in the UK, it’s safe to say have been adapting their lives for many years, already faced with restrictions, health anxieties and challenges. It’s just a part of […]Access… Continue reading Access means?? — My life kerry’s way

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I want to scream I’m still here! — My Life, Kerry’s Way

I don’t know about all of you – I sometimes have this overwhelming urge to shout ‘Hello, I’m still here’ I’m not invisible while frantically waving my arms in the air – well, if that was at all possible, I’ll need to rope in one of my PA’s to do that part! I’ve openly said […]I… Continue reading I want to scream I’m still here! — My Life, Kerry’s Way

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How Parents Can Feel Less Guilty For Their Child’s Disability — My Rockin Disabled Life

Disabled people aren’t the only ones that struggle with acceptance and families do too, but more specifically parents have a real hard time with it. Parents often struggle with acceptance and in the beginning of your child’s diagnosis you may even blame yourself for causing it. What did I do wrong during pregnancy that I…How Parents… Continue reading How Parents Can Feel Less Guilty For Their Child’s Disability — My Rockin Disabled Life