Everyone loves going to the cinema, the anticipation of a new film, being over charged for drinks and popcorn, having a family day out, it is great fun. Like most people I love going to the cinema, last week one of the biggest films of the year was released, Marvels Infinity War. I treated my… Continue reading Update – Why does it cost more for a disabled customer to see a new film at the cinema?
Disabled and vulnerable people please be aware of BT. Important please read if you are a BT customer and disabled. Myself and my wife have just moved into a disabled bungalow. I have caudia equine syndrome affecting my mobility. We had movers, family and friends helping and all went to plan accept BT. As a… Continue reading Disabled and vulnerable people please be aware of BT
Support needed Ability Access has started a crowdfunding project to create an app to help people with disabilities in the UK. We need £20,000 to get the project off the ground. This will be an interactive app where people will be able to upload pics, videos and reviews of places they have visited and the… Continue reading Ability Access App
Having seen both sides of the coin, I can tell you now with years of experience behind me that PIP assessment are not worth the paper they are written on. After having worked in Adult Social Care and completed thousands of Community Care Assessments under the Community Care Act for eight years, I don’t mind… Continue reading My PIP assessment