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!
Image from Google Around 2014, my muscle pain was at its peak. So, the doctor who takes care of my Cerebral Palsy referred me to the pain clinic. The first doctor I had would inject me in my legs and shoulders, and the pain went away for a month. Nevertheless, the pain came back even … Continue reading Baclofen Pump Implant Trial (Story Time)
Image From Google A few months ago, I asked you if you want to post about the equipment I use as a disabled person. The type of Cerebral Palsy I have makes me have weak muscles (which is why I can’t walk), and I have nerve damage in my hands. The reason why I can’t … Continue reading Blogmas Day 20 Equipment I Use As A Disabled Person
Ever since I learned my ABC's, I wrote, and I don’t think I can ever stop writing. I write when I’m happy to remember the good moments, I write when I’m sad to help lift myself up again. Since the introvert in me isn’t great at vocalizing my feelings. However, writing is a little bit … Continue reading Cerebral Palsy and Writing
I have been a wheelchair user all my life, although my mum told me that I could stand till the age of 2. When my parents bought the house, they could never have guessed that they will have a son with a disability. The thing is that to access most of the rooms in the … Continue reading Inaccessibility In The House
Within the first few hours of my life, doctors told my mum that I won’t make. Not only did I make it, but I was also breathing by myself within the first 24 hours. Even if I was born 3 months premature and weighing only 1 Kg. I just asked my mum when was it … Continue reading Living with Cerebral Palsy Part One
Yes, I have Cerebral Palsy and with it comes the pain and aches but that makes me feel alive which I’ m grateful for that. No condition will stop me. Alex