understanding my sensitive feet

I was asked to write on the topic of shoes, and thought it would be beneficial to write about this at this time of year because, well sandals at one time were a difficult piece of footwear for my cerebral … Continue reading

The role of an attendant for teenagers with disabilities

Recently I’ve been thinking a lot about the role of attendants in my life. Over the years the role of the attendant in my life has changed and honestly, I have grown right along with it. This is the first … Continue reading

have the courage to be different

The reality is that living with a visible physical disability can be hard, and humans are curious. Well-meaning people stare and have been known to gawk and give looks of pity. I know this can be frustrating but when you … Continue reading

dating with cerebral palsy a reflection

Note from Laura: This is a guest post from a friend I have known offline for years he asked if he could write this post after reading the post on online dating and cerebral palsy Get hold of a Free … Continue reading

seeing people before their augmentative communication devices

I am sure like me most of the people reading this take their ability to speak for granted. I did until a girl in my teens who had been left non verbal as a result of a brain injury from … Continue reading

looking in the mirror at the infant version of myself

The idea for this post, has been waiting to be written for sometime now. I couldn’t find an angle to write, that sat well with me and then a few days ago: I came across something  and this post just … Continue reading

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