My 2019 blog-olutions

2019 is in full swing and “what exciting plans do I have for Rock For Disability this year?” I hear you ask. Well here is a brief list of my blog-olutions for this year; New blog theme As you can already see, my blog has begun a make-over. This theme has a simple layout, easier… Continue reading My 2019 blog-olutions

Guest Blog: How to Work with Your Disability and Become a Musician

My first Monday Music blog post of 2019 is a guest post written by Natalie Landecker from The Guitar Pal. Natalie grew up in a household filled with music and guitars which explains her love for anything music-related. As an adult, she works to share this passion with everyone as she believes that music is… Continue reading Guest Blog: How to Work with Your Disability and Become a Musician

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

My 10 favourite memories at Christmas

“It’s Christmas time, there’s no need to be afraid. At Christmas time, we let in light and we banish shade…” and in my world of disability, it’s full of wheelchairs, blurred vision, love and laughter. Despite the challenges I face with my disabilities on a daily basis, I’ve grown up with fond and happy memories… Continue reading My 10 favourite memories at Christmas

Ali McManus: a disabled singer with an unbreakable spirit

We interview disabled musician Ali McManus, who has Osteogenesis Imperfecta and uses a wheelchair, about her album Unbreakable, and her single Roll this Way, featuring Steve Tyler from Aerosmith. — Read on disabilityhorizons.com/2018/12/ali-mcmanus-a-disabled-singer-with-an-unbreakable-spirit/ Like Rock For Disability on Facebook, follow me on Twitter @P94Emma, follow me on Pinterest or use the Contact Form.