A little piece of my childhood, as a person with disabilities.
What RSD is like, and how I manage my chronic pain condition.
Let me start by telling you that I'm someone who has never been in trouble before. I've never had a detention, never been fined or arrested and have most certainly never been to jail. I'm quite a cheeky, playful person, but I have respect for the law and the brave men and women who risk … Continue reading I May Break The UK’s New Lockdown Laws, But Here’s Why
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.
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.