Tag Archives: accessibility

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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The Accessibility Mistake You May be Making without Knowing It

If you own a business you would like to think that your business is welcoming of all potential customers who want to visit your establishment, but is it really?In this post I will explore simple things that can truly improve … Continue reading

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2 eye-opening keys to being included

When we all think about the latest party we attended we most think about what a great time they had or what they did in terms of planning, if they hosted but have you ever stopped to think about if … Continue reading

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getting ready to move out into your own house

Have you considered, or have you been considering moving out on your own? Are you prepared to make the transition? if you like my content why not help me out by joining my mailing list its free

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Do Able Bodied People Understand Accessibility?

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

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The Biggest Decisions a Kid Makes When They Get a New Chair

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

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Making the Holiday Season Accessible to All

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

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Girls Weekend Away at the Delta Chelsea Toronto

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. if you like my content why not … Continue reading

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How To Ask About Disability

Some tips I have when it comes to asking people about their disability if you like my content why not help me out by joining my mailing list its free

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An Observation about Accessible Hotel Rooms

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

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