January 15, 2020

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Happy New Year everyone! Have you made a New Year's resolution this year? Today I'm introducing Emma, who is a blogger at Rock for Disability. Emma has written a fantastic blog post about the different mobility aids she uses.

Thank you, Emma. Over to you...

Hello, my name is Emma Purcell, I’m 26 years old and live in Alton, Hampshire. I have quadriplegic cerebral palsy and registered blind. I’m the...

November 26, 2017

Today I am joined by my three friends, Amber, Faith and Joel to talk about accessibility in our community.

Ailsa

Amber, Faith and Joel, thank you for joining me in this discussion...

What are your thoughts on accessibility in our community?

Joel

Fairly good to be fair.
Central London and Slough are the places I've found worst.

Ailsa

In what way?

Joel

Lack of space, drop curbs and the ignorance/arrogance of...

July 7, 2017

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Hi everyone, today I am joined by Faith. Much like me, Faith is a lifestyle blogger, with a bit of fashion thrown in as well. In this post, Faith talks about accessibility on public transport.

Over to you, Faith...

Hello fellow Brains on Wheels readers my name is Faith I am a friend of Ailsa's and author of the blog Rolling Through Life. Today I am here to talk about accessibility on public transpor...

January 27, 2017

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Hello everybody, today I am joined by my good friend, Faith. Misconceptions are made all the time, especially when it comes to disabilities. Many people just look at my wheelchair and think I am intellectually impaired as well as physically, but I'm not really. This is one of my favourite sayings: 'Don't judge a book by its cover'. I'm not sure who came up with it originally, but I like it, and it...

I have asked about how disabilities impact on other people.

Here's what they said:

Eileen

“Having a disabled child/young person/adult in the household impacts on many things. Most are nothing more than a mild inconvenience, and you don’t notice them because you care about the person in your life. However, I would say that the main impact is on an adult’s social life. As a mother/carer of a disabled c...

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