I have seen these ‘spikes on my wheelchair’ post going around and wanted to share my thought on it. “Bronwyn Berg became so fed-up with people manhandling her without asking, she put spikes on her wheelchair.” As a kid, I used to be terrified of people moving my chair without telling me. Some kids use … Continue reading Spikes On Wheels?
Try and get an extra amount of your medication just in case any of your suitcases get lost. Keep your medical insurance cards and a letter with all the medication you take handy. Try to get a seat next to a plane exit for extra legroom. Leave wheelchair instructions and show where everything is to … Continue reading Things To Consider As A Wheelchair User When Flying
Let me start everything off, by saying that this topic was my research at Junior College which did earn me one of my A ‘levels, so I’m talking from research and studies point of view apart from the fact that I’m a wheelchair user myself. My aim in writing this is to answer a question … Continue reading Accessibility In Malta
So today I went to university to hang out and work with my best friend at the library since most libraries in Malta are inaccessible. Let me tell you the campus has a ton of stairs making it hard for wheelchairs users. What would happen if I want to be a student there? While I … Continue reading I’m not a bloody charity case