World Cerebral Palsy Day is on Friday 6th October and I’m offering a free online CP Workshop.
My last couple of blog posts have focused on disability and communication, specifically how people react to my speech impediment. I could tell you countless stories of how people have dismissed me because I have a speech impediment, caused by Cerebral Palsy. It’s both frustrating and hurtful but something I’ve become used to over theContinue reading Disability & Communication: Some top tips
Cerebral Palsy and Pilates – will it improve my mobility?
I’m using my personal experience of Cerebral Palsy to mentor SEND pupils.
Cerebral Palsy Awareness Month started well with my first Disability Awareness Assembly.
An encouraging letter to young people with Cerebral Palsy
Trying to manage psoriasis whilst also living with cerebral palsy.
This year I’ve decided to offer four schools a free Disability Awareness Assembly during March
I know I’ve written about this before but Christmas is a particularly difficult time to be a wheelchair user. From mid-November, I begin to notice the aisles in shops starting to narrow as retailers seek to cram as much as they can in to attract festive shoppers. It becomes almost impossible to get around withoutContinue reading Christmas shouldn’t compromise disability access
For the past year, hubby has been off work to help me with our little lad Niall who was born last April. He did the same when we had Jack and having that support has been brilliant. Hubby has been working on our Costs to Expect app which is essentially a budget management tool withContinue reading Challenges of a Disabled Mum: Hubby returns to work