Yesterday, 7 years ago in 2014, I spent my last ever day as an ‘able bodied‘ woman and teacher. After a spontaneous Sacral spinal/pelvic fracture during lesson 5, my life would never be the same. […]
Today marks the so called ‘Freedom Day‘ in England, the day when most of the social restrictions are to be lifted. This means an end to social distancing, the end to compulsory working from home […]
The news that lockdown restrictions are easing and the world is opening up (albeit not as fast as many hoped) was great to hear and meant that for loads of us, things that we’ve been […]
With the long wait to escape from some of the lockdown restrictions finally taking place, the world is beginning to look just a little bit more familiar. Which is fabulous; in Wales, gyms and swimming […]
✴️New Blog Post ✴️
Following the publication of the new NICE guidance on how to treat Primary Chronic Pain, I report on the outpouring of concern from chronic pain sufferers….
New Blog Post.
Even as we come slowly out of lockdown, we still have virtually no ‘hands on’ help available to those of us who might be struggling. In this post, I look at what help is available, where you can find it and if it can be of use.
Are disabled people slipping through the net when it comes to vaccinations? The other day, my attention was drawn by the tweet from radio DJ Jo Whiley (52) who had tweeted that she had been […]
The Disabilty Discrimination Act 1995 is 25 yrs old – a time to celebrate or to commiserate……???
This last week, if you didn’t know, was Invisible Disabilities Week. Many disability charities have spent the week campaigning for more awareness of the disabilities that you cannot see you straight away. They call them […]
New Blog Post (triggers – depression, dark thoughts)
No apologies for an honest and open post after a reminder of things lost. 💕