Challenges

Challenges of Going on Holiday if You are Disabled

There is a misconception in today’s society that disabled people usually sit in the house and don’t like going out. This is not true. An increasing number of travel companies are now offering escort and mobility support services for people who love exploring, but have a disability/medical condition. If you are looking for holiday accommodation […] Read more…

The War Against Depression: Must-Have Weapons For Your Arsenal

Depression is one of the fastest growing mental health conditions of the current generation. Sadly, it affects millions of people to varying levels of severity and is one of the harshest problems to overcome. However, it is possible. Battles with depression can last a lifetime, though. This is why you must equip yourself with the […] Read more…

Matt’s Story: A life with Primary Sclerosing Cholangitis

Thank you to the wonderful Sassy for allowing me to share my story with you. My name is Matt, I’m from London and I am writing the blog http://matt-lawrence77.co.uk about living with, and conquering an autoimmune disease. Sassy is doing such a wonderful job of raising awareness of disabilities both visible and non-visible and I […] Read more…

Disability Q&A #21 Codee

Welcome back ladies and gents to another installment of my #DisabilityQ&A series. Today’s interview is brought to you by the lovely Codee, we met on twitter and having been interacting for awhile. She asked to join our Facebook group purple elephant and has become a Great friend and supportive member of the community. Coddee’s story […] Read more…

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