Image is from Pexels Whether it's good or bad, I don't know, but I tend to be someone that follow the rules by the book; I guess it's the way I was brought up. However, now that I'm an adult, I see that there are many grey areas in life. Thanks to my mum, I … Continue reading Your Rights Are Mine Too Part 1
Image is from Pixabay The best way to express how I’m feeling right now is walking on eggshells in my own life or, in my case, wheeling. I guess my most worrying issue is where we are going to live next year. A promising thing happened housing promised us a place that should be wheelchair … Continue reading My Life Right Now
Image from Pexels I know that the little bit I spoke about this was in a monthly wrap-up, and even in that post, I didn’t say much. I just didn’t feel ready to talk about it publicly until now. Some people forget that this is my personal life I’m talking about, and like everyone, I … Continue reading Top Surgery Consultation Part 1
Image from Pexels I believe that everything can be accessible for everyone if there is a will. After all, where this is a will, there is a way, as the English saying goes. As much as I love my country, I’m not willing to overlook the lack of accessibility. Whenever I apply for a job … Continue reading Employment and Accessibility
Image from Pixabay My mum always wanted to give me a change in getting an education. She didn’t have that chance herself. What she knows, she self-taught herself. Both my parents left school at age 14, which was a common thing to do back then. However, when my mum went to sign me up to … Continue reading Accessibility and Education
Image from Pixabay What do I mean by access doesn’t always translate to accessibility? For example, I do have an accessible van because my mum bought one. However, if people park too close to our vehicle and leave no space for the ramp, I still can’t enter the van. Which is why on the booth … Continue reading Access Doesn’t Mean Accessibility!