Continuing Healthcare (CHC) is a package of care which is arranged and funded by the NHS. To receive this budget plan, you need to be assessed by health professionals to decide if your health needs qualify for the funding. I experienced this assessment process last week and found it very daunting, stressful and frankly… Continue reading Are NHS Continuing Healthcare assessments a fair system?
Last weeks blog, I discussed the difficulties and barriers of booking accessible tickets at gigs. This week I want to share my top tips on how to discover when events happen, how to research accessible facilities and how to book tickets: 1. Discovering tour dates of bands & artists The key to finding live dates… Continue reading Top tips for booking accessible tickets at live music events
I love going to gigs and festivals. I live my life for them. It brings magical, spectacular, incredible, amazing, explosive and memorising feelings and emotions. But to gain these experiences, there is one battle every disabled music lover faces; booking accessible tickets! For instance, just today, I tried booking tickets for Queen + Adam Lambert… Continue reading The mission of booking accessible tickets
Having a pet is an incredible thing. They give you unconditional love, laughter and the occasional dirty smell! In the Autumn of 2016, I began to feel rather bored, lonely and isolated with no job, home or social life post university. Then one day I visited a pet shop and came across the cutest, fluffiness… Continue reading A Rabbit is a Woman’s Best Friend