My 2018 in review

2018 has been the year of me being productive, determined and self-motivated. I would admit I haven’t achieved as much as I hoped this year. However I’ve discovered what I’m capable of and what I can accomplish with the resources and connections I have. Here is a roundup of all my achievements, activities and life… Continue reading My 2018 in review

Rock For Disability: 1 Year Anniversary

The day was Tuesday 21st November 2017 and it was my final day working as an Independent Distributor for retail company Kleeneze. I decided sales wasn’t the role for me and instead I wanted to pursue my writing, media and journalism skills further. Therefore I took the plunge, registered to WordPress, subscribed to the personal… Continue reading Rock For Disability: 1 Year Anniversary

November 2018 Donations: RNIB

Rock For Disability is reaching it’s 11th month now and it’s growing well. It’s gained over 6200 blog hits and has over 1000 followers. But it needs to grow further and that is where I need your help. If you love the work I’ve produced so far and eager to read more blog posts and… Continue reading November 2018 Donations: RNIB

Making changes toward inclusive employment for disabled people

This month I was recognised for my years of voluntary work as a writer for online magazine Disability Horizons that has led me to secure paid opportunities as a freelance journalist… “We also had support from our volunteers Carrie Aimes and Emma Purcell. Both have been writing great articles for us over the years and… Continue reading Making changes toward inclusive employment for disabled people

Step and Stone: a Bristol-based bakery training people with learning disabilities

This article was originally published on online magazine Disability Horizons who I regularly write for as a freelance journalist. _______________________________ Disabled people are twice as likely to be unemployed as non-disabled people, and only one in every 16 people with a learning disability is in paid employment in the UK. The statistics are stark, but… Continue reading Step and Stone: a Bristol-based bakery training people with learning disabilities