How AccessAble is helping wheelchair users with sight loss find their freedom | AccessAble

For many disabled people, we have multiple impairments that need various accessibility requirements. In my case, I’m a full-time wheelchair user and registered blind. Therefore, not only do I need wheelchair access to places but also audio description and audio format information. Due to my complex needs, I cannot use a white cane or guide… Continue reading How AccessAble is helping wheelchair users with sight loss find their freedom | AccessAble

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My summary of July 2019

“Summer is here once again so I’m told. But you won’t catch me in my shorts” ~ Kasabian July has been a hot, sticky and sunny month, which isn’t my favourite kind of weather. However I’ve powered on through working, travelling and socialising. Disability Horizons As I mentioned last month, I’ve begun to write some… Continue reading My summary of July 2019

Friendships can be made online

Five months ago, I shared how my disability created friendships. I’ve also been lucky enough to make friends and acquaintances online. On 25th February 2017, I became friends on Facebook with a young lady called Heather Monger, who lives in Cornwall. We found each other on a Facebook group called Cerebral Palsy UK. We were… Continue reading Friendships can be made online