Monthly Archives: August 2016

white boards and making the classroom more accessible 

In school I struggled in various areas one of which was seeing the board this was because given the size of my wheelchair my desk was often at back of the room making it difficult to see the board i … Continue reading

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cerebral palsy and highlighter tape

I don’t know what it’s like for you using highlighters but I straggle and often end up highlighting more of the text than what I intended this is because I struggle to control the highlighter so I always wished I … Continue reading

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The fears of a child with cerebral palsy

I interrupted my series of posts regarding back to school to write this one because I saw this on social media last night and I had to share my views as an adult. if you like my content why not help … Continue reading

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why a locker shelf can truly help

this is the second post in a series about back to school Sitting in my wheelchair and dealing with a locker in school was a challenge this is because my locker was full length ed which meant that the two … Continue reading

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gearing up to go back to school

Today I wanted to share my experience as I assume any of you are about to start the journey back to another school year. if you like my content why not help me out by joining my mailing list its … Continue reading

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