Heat, Hazards and Hooting

Ok I’m no car expert, have never driven a car and unfortunately never will, have very little knowledge on types of cars and do not have much interest in them. As long as I can get from A to B and my wheelchair can access the vehicle, then I’m happy. However I was stunned, shocked… Continue reading Heat, Hazards and Hooting

Guest Post – Mainstream vs Specialist Education on Little Sea Bear

This is my first published guest blog on Shannon’s blog Little Sea Bear. In this post I share my experiences of mainstream and specialist education. Growing up, I’ve experienced both mainstream and specialist schools and both had their positives and negatives. I was diagnosed with Cerebral Palsy at 13 months old. At that stage, there… Continue reading Guest Post – Mainstream vs Specialist Education on Little Sea Bear

My future with a catheter

  This week I underwent life changing surgery and was inserted with a suprapubic catheter. A suprapubic catheter is a hollow flexible tube that is used to drain urine from the bladder. It is inserted into the bladder through a cut in the tummy, a few inches below the navel. I was given light general… Continue reading My future with a catheter

10 Interesting Music Blog Posts

As a music lover, I enjoy discovering new music and digging deep into the meaning of songs. A great way of doing this is reading other music related blogs. Therefore I am going to share ten interesting, emotional and inspiring music blog posts from around the world: 1. 5 awesome songs for your hearing pleasure… Continue reading 10 Interesting Music Blog Posts

Celebrating 6 months of blogging

Six months ago today, I launched Rock For Disability and what an adventure it has become. I’ve got to present how my life is with disabilities, share my passion of music, create social changes plus connect with other like-minded bloggers. I’ve been persuaded to blog for several years but at the time felt I couldn’t… Continue reading Celebrating 6 months of blogging