Category Archives: Accessibility Aids

The lady who doesn’t talk very well

Sometimes I think attitudes towards disabled people are getting better.  After all, it’s 2017 and we now have equality laws which are there to eliminate discrimination and hopefully help to reduce prejudice. But then a flippant comment reminds me that … Continue reading

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Disability Awareness Training vital for all Customer Facing Staff

I recently went to London to visit my sister and decided to book into a hotel close to Euston Station.  Whilst making my booking, I made sure to advise them that I required a wheelchair accessible room.  By this, I … Continue reading

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Does it wet the bed? – Free-wheeling

I’m just putting together a book proposal for “Does it wet the bed?” as even though the  book is almost complete, many agents request a proposal as well as sample chapters. In doing so, I’ve chosen an anecdote to start the … Continue reading

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Great Barr Campaign – a mixed response

Setting out to deliver the Great Barr Accessibility report to local retailers, I was both excited and apprehensive. I’d spend months compiling and producing the report and now the time had come to share my findings with the local community.  … Continue reading

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