This week is Cerebral Palsy Awareness Week and today, 7th October, is World CP Day. As someone with Cerebral Palsy, I’m delighted to be part of such an occasion that will highlight Cerebral Palsy, raise awareness of the condition and celebrate the achievements of those who have CP. I’ve always found that disability and CerebralContinue reading Giving people with Cerebral Palsy a voice
This week is Cerebral Palsy Awareness Week, with tomorrow being World CP Day. I’ll be live on Twitter between 1-2pm GMT to answer your questions about cerebral palsy, my life living with the condition and about my memoir, “Does it wet the bed?”. But in the meantime, here’s why I love having Cerebral Palsy. .Continue reading Why I love having Cerebral Palsy
At last! After six long years of drafting, writing, editing and rewriting, my memoir, “Does it wet the bed?” has finally been released on the Kindle Store. When I started the book, it was a day I didn’t dare to even dream about. I wasn’t convinced that my writing was good enough to be published.Continue reading My self-publishing journey
I recently delivered a bespoke training session for an organisation in Reading. As part of their equality objectives, they had identified some issues surrounding stereotyping so I was asked to focus on this specific area, addressing the causes of stereotyping and its impact. So what causes individuals and society to refer to people using negativeContinue reading The Media: Friend or Foe of Equality?