Beginner’s Guide to Accessible Home Adaptations

Your home should be the one place that is accessible to you.  It’s where you spend the majority of your time, so you should be able to do everything you need to do independently.  For some people, this means having lower countertops in the kitchen so they can cook while sitting in their wheelchair.  Other […]

Getting Started with Carer’s Allowance

One obstacle that a lot of disabled people face when figuring out Personal Care Assistants (PCAs) is figuring out how they’re going to be paid.  Having someone help you with daily living tasks is expensive, and many disabled people may have trouble paying out of pocket.  Luckily, the UK has Carer’s Allowance, which will pay […]

Beginners Guide to Accessible Transportation

Disabled people, especially those with mobility aids, have a few extra hurdles to jump through when it comes to transportation of any kind.  Whether it be by bus, by train, or by personal vehicle, you still need to have certain accommodations made.  Luckily, these accommodations are already made available in most situations.  Busses and trains […]

The Hidden Army of Disability Rights Movement

There’s strength in numbers.  When more people fight for the same cause, change happens.  We saw this with the civil rights movement and the gay rights movement, but we also saw it–and are still seeing it–with the disability rights movement.  Unlike how other movements have one or two people to point at as being the […]

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