Valentines Day is just around the corner but coming up with something different to do can be difficult. Particularly when you have to think of accessible venues that are suited to you. So we’ve teamed up with AccessAble to give you some Date Inspiration!
So if you follow me on Instagram, you'll know that me and Gina went on a weekend away to Edinburgh. I can safely say it is a beautiful city but a lot of people were asking me what it's like in terms of access.
So job hunting is hard am I right? Well have you ever considered what happens if you add a disability into the mix? Well, it doesn't exactly help your situation if anything it makes it 100 times harder.
Let me guess if your reading this as an "able bodied person" you may have had a time where you've seen a disabled person, what you can only assume is, struggling. While yes, this is sometimes the case. Sometimes, it can just be that the disabled individual has to do things slightly differently
Stretching a complete pain in the a** am I right? If you have a physical disability that affects your muscle tightness, or most physical disabilities in that fact, you've probably been told 1000 times that stretching is the key.
Having a disability is not fun and can sometimes be incredibly difficult, mentally and physically. However, there are some perks to being registered disabled. From discounts to freebies, there are many advantages to your disability.
The Motability scheme, what the hell is it? Well, if anyone with a disability purchased a vehicle on their own it would cost a small fortune as we would have to pay for both the vehicle and any adaptations that we needed to that vehicle disabled friendly.
There’s nothing worse than getting to a well-known event or attraction to find steps, cobbles and one disabled loo that’s all the way over the other side of the location. As a disabled individual it can make your trip 1000x better to be prepared. Here’s my top 5 tips for an awesome day out.