A little piece of my childhood, as a person with disabilities.
What RSD is like, and how I manage my chronic pain condition.
I remember the countless medical appointments of my youth, there was the paediatrician, the audiologist, the physiotherapist, the speech therapist, the child psychologist and the geneticist, each one had a different role and a different part in my development. One by one, they all agreed that I would be able to live a full and … Continue reading The Odd One Out: Autism, My Mother & Me
Why I've lost faith in the National Health Service.
Those of us with disabilities aren't nearly as innocent as you think.
Thinking about appealing a disability benefit claim? Here's some tips from first-hand experience.
All is not as it first appears.
What exactly defines as a disability, anyway?
David Walliam's Gold Buzzer act reminded me that we shouldn't hide who we are.
14 reasons blogging suits disabled people so well.