Changing Places Reviews

‘Changing Places’ – Coventry University: Alison Gingell Building

There was no indication that there was a 'Changing Places' facility located in Coventry University itself. The ones listed were located in the city. After visiting Coventry University, I found a 'Changing Places' was in fact located in the Alison Gingell Building, the Health and Sciences building. It wasn't exactly classed as a 'Changing Places'… Continue reading ‘Changing Places’ – Coventry University: Alison Gingell Building

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Bearing Disability: Gaming for the Blind by Jonathan Morgan — Little Sea Bear

Hi everyone. One of the constant suggestions I have received from people is to write about gaming. As a child, I would often play Spyro, Mario, Nintendogs, Pokemon, Tarzan and more, but I am no longer a gamer and only play The Sims now. So today, Jonathan Morgan has agreed to write a guest post […]Bearing… Continue reading Bearing Disability: Gaming for the Blind by Jonathan Morgan — Little Sea Bear

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Technology and Disabled People — My life Kerry’s Way

Technology is pretty much at our fingertips no matter where we turn these day, from Smart speakers, new smartphones coming out each year, cars with built-in wifi, and music and television can be accessed from almost anywhere. To some the idea of being unplugged and off grid can seem like something that exists only in […]Technology… Continue reading Technology and Disabled People — My life Kerry’s Way

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Bearing Disability: Battling Anxiety with Cognitive Behaviour Therapy — Little Sea Bear

My mental health isn’t one that I talk about much on here. I’ve had anxiety since I can remember, although the doctors were reluctant to give it a name until I was twenty. 39 more wordsBearing Disability: Battling Anxiety with Cognitive Behaviour Therapy — Little Sea Bear

Changing Places Reviews

‘Changing Places’ Tesco Superstore, New Milton

The location of this Changing Places was very good within the shop as it was away from other toilet facilities, hopefully meaning it is less likely to be used by the wrong people. Additionally, as you go into the Tesco there is a sign with the correct symbol to indicate to this toilet facility is… Continue reading ‘Changing Places’ Tesco Superstore, New Milton

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Is Ignorance really bliss! — My Life, Kerry’s Way

The saying ‘Ignorance is bliss‘ but Is it when that ignorance is potentially harming others? Most people that know or follow me know that I’m extremely active when it comes to fighting for an inclusive world, not just for myself but other disabled people whether it’s visible or non-visible, so as you can imagine the […]Is… Continue reading Is Ignorance really bliss! — My Life, Kerry’s Way

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Why are people afraid? — My Life, Kerry’s Way

Disability/impairment – what is it that scares people? It is a question I would love to get my wheels stuck into with a room full of people and ask why? Who, just because we are disabled are being seen as different – less than, less able. If anything that’s being proven more though our voices […]Why… Continue reading Why are people afraid? — My Life, Kerry’s Way

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Can PA’s be friends? — My Life, Kerry’s Way

A friend in need is a friend indeed When you think of the term ‘Personal Assistant’. What are your first thoughts? – ‘She’s a bit fancy, ok for some to be rolling around with PA wish I could afford one, I would save so much time! I was Watching the film ‘The Devil wears Prada’ […]Can… Continue reading Can PA’s be friends? — My Life, Kerry’s Way

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I’m Kerry get me out of here! — My Life, Kerry’s Way

In the words of Ant and Dec ‘Get me outta here’ It’s been 290 days since I left my home – you could mistake the beginning of this sentence for a meeting declaring my addiction to my home and to be completely honest you wouldn’t be far off the truth, my home has become my […]I’m… Continue reading I’m Kerry get me out of here! — My Life, Kerry’s Way