Have you considered, or have you been considering moving out on your own? Are you prepared to make the transition?
I distinctly remember being asked by a kid on the playground, if I missed being able to walk. I think this child assumed, incorrectly, that I was in a wheelchair due to injury. But this offered me food for thought: … Continue reading
I was recently going through my RSS feed and came across a blogger whose child just got their new chair and I have to say I love getting new wheels. The biggest challenge for most chair users is deciding on … Continue reading
It is a challenge during the holiday season to overcome barriers because of disability. A lot of holiday festivities are held in private homes of family and friends. This can present an obstacle because many people’s homes are not accessible. … Continue reading
Sorry for the delay in getting back into blogging. I went away with some friends to see some friends I hadn’t seen in years we stayed at the Delta Chelsea in downtown Toronto.
Some tips I have when it comes to asking people about their disability
The two last times I stayed in an accessible hotel room, I made the same observation. I don’t know if this is simply my personal preference given how I functionally transfer from my wheelchair but I’ve noted that the beds … Continue reading
I have watched a lot of TV lately and there seems to be a lot of shows on how to organize your space in an effort to de-clutter. That being said it got me thinking about the unique ways i … Continue reading
When I was away in Ottawa a student asked about what a typical weekend for me looks like. It has taken me some time to come up with an answer to this question as my weekends are probably far from … Continue reading
Sorry like I said, I have had a busy week and sadly this is part of the reason I have missed the last few days in updating. But, you will be happy to note