Disablility · Writing

What will happen when parents die and leave their disabled son or daughter without care – should it fall to family to help?

This is what Rosa Mockton explores in her film: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UqmTI2H13yE

Disablility · Writing

Health and safety gone mad? or, a case of discrimination at Trampoline Center?

From Disability Wales A girl with Down's Syndrome was refused entry to a trampoline park in Birmingham due to a health & safety policy that wasn't promoted anywhere on the website. Have you ever turned up for activities or trips with a disabled child to then be denied access? https://www.birminghammail.co.uk/black-country/visit-flip-out-sandwell-trampoline-16186022 Why isn't their policy online… Continue reading Health and safety gone mad? or, a case of discrimination at Trampoline Center?

Disablility · Reading · Writing

Boy learns to walk again after retraining his brain.

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-2624449/Boy-cerebral-palsy-learns-sit-crawl-walk-frame-special-school-helps-retrain-brain.html Such a lovely story, it popped up on my Facebook timeline and I want to share this with you. This just shows that if you're willing to give a 110% then you get what you want. I'm also thankful that medical professionals like these exist. His family must be really proud, because it's not… Continue reading Boy learns to walk again after retraining his brain.

Disablility · Writing

Wise Words for you: Tips when you apply for jobs/interviews

Where you are now, isn't your final destination. First off dust off your CV and make sure it's as polished as it can be - ask someone to look at it for you. Sign up for every job site going. Figure out what you want to do, Make a list of your strengths and weaknesses… Continue reading Wise Words for you: Tips when you apply for jobs/interviews

College life · Disablility · lifestyle and Culture · Reading · Writing

Is Carefree and Consequences the right book for you?

Hi I am a student on the creative writing course with OCA. My name is Rachel I’m 21, Welsh and an author. In January last year I finally had the guts to publish my romance novel carefree and consequences with Amazon publishing. I was wondering if anyone would like to buy a copy? This is… Continue reading Is Carefree and Consequences the right book for you?

Disablility · lifestyle and Culture · Reading · Writing

Boy learns to walk again after retraining his brain.

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-2624449/Boy-cerebral-palsy-learns-sit-crawl-walk-frame-special-school-helps-retrain-brain.html Such a lovely story, it popped up on my Facebook timeline and I want to share this with you. This just shows that if you're willing to give a 110% then you get what you want. I'm also thankful that medical professionals like these exist. His family must be really proud, because it's not… Continue reading Boy learns to walk again after retraining his brain.

Disablility · Writing

Health and safety gone mad? or, a case of discrimination at Trampoline Center?

From Disability Wales A girl with Down's Syndrome was refused entry to a trampoline park in Birmingham due to a health & safety policy that wasn't promoted anywhere on the website. Have you ever turned up for activities or trips with a disabled child to then be denied access? https://www.birminghammail.co.uk/black-country/visit-flip-out-sandwell-trampoline-16186022 Why isn't their policy online… Continue reading Health and safety gone mad? or, a case of discrimination at Trampoline Center?