These days, you often hear the word ‘ableism’ talked about online, but the Oxford English Dictionary actually traces the word’s first use back to 1981 and defines it as “discrimination in favour of able-bodied” people. Let's talk about ableism today. Read more>
Many of us have family members or friends who are managing physical challenges. Has your father suffered a stroke and now finds walking or picking up objects difficult? Does your cousin or best friend have vision or hearing loss? Tell us who's in your Circle. Read more>
How can we start a real conversation about dating, intimacy and disability?
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Let’s be honest. Travelling is stressful. Even the most experienced traveller will have stressful moments at some point throughout their trip. Travelling with a disability brings added stress, but by no means does it make it impossible. They key is plan, plan and plan some more! Read more>
The birth of a child is a wonderful event. The raising of that child comes with a mixture of joys and sorrows, happy times and challenging ones. All of this has been Hilary Thomson’s experience as a mother of four children, one of whom has cerebral palsy (CP). Read more>