Disability, Education, health, Lifestyle

Ignorance is bliss as a picture really does say a thousand words.

Ability Access is the largest most read dedicated Facebook page in the UK and so we get a lot of comments, views and opinions, which is great as it raises awareness of all disability. In one video recently reposted we were raising awareness of the lack of access in a Travelodge. In the commentary I… Continue reading Ignorance is bliss as a picture really does say a thousand words.

Disability, Education, health, local authorities, mental health, NHS, Politics

Disability is the national crisis ‘We are being culled.’

By Simon Sansome People in the UK who have a disability are facing a  national crisis thanks to this Conservative government. They are causing a culling of the disabled community.    The government has admitted that nearly 8,000 people died within six months of being rejected for a crucial disability benefit. New figures reveal 7,990… Continue reading Disability is the national crisis ‘We are being culled.’

Disability, health, Lifestyle, london, Politics, travel

Purple Tuesday, how the sentiment is good, but how they got it wrong.

By Simon Sansome You know when things are bad in the UK high street when the government wants the disabled community to save Christmas. Strictly is on the TV, the X Factor is going for Xmas number 1, everyone is arguing over the best new Christmas advert. The crazy season has arrived you cannot ignore… Continue reading Purple Tuesday, how the sentiment is good, but how they got it wrong.

Disability, health

Living with an invisible disability

By Simon Sansome Invisible disabilities can be a terrible thing for people living with a disability. They can however be a great thing for humanity and a great learning curve for a people who know nothing of invisible disabilities. I have something called Cauda Equina Syndrome, (spinal damage) if I was sitting in a restaurant… Continue reading Living with an invisible disability