Accessible winter family fun Having two children with varying needs takes some planning when it comes to family activities and we are a family who enjoys cold winter family fun… Continue Reading Accessible Winter Family Fun 2017
Keeping Winter Accessible ‘Tis the season to be jolly…” Or so they sing because for some, Winter provides many more challenges than their normally challenged day. A winter accessible is… Continue Reading Keeping Winter Accessible
Calling all parent carers of children and young people with complex physical health needs and disabled adults with complex needs. We are gathering the views of families and disabled people… Continue Reading We need your help.
We want to be heard and now’s a time to speak up. We’ve been asked to reach out to our members, followers and friends to contribute to a great opportunity… Continue Reading We need your help right now.
Synesthesia through my eyes. Put simply, Synesthesia is a condition where your senses “leak” into each other. I first noticed it at primary school. When we learnt the days of… Continue Reading Accessibility Training. Synesthesia through my eyes.
The Tourist Industry Today The Tourist Industry is a booming and ever growing sector in the U.K. It is more than just the revenue that comes in, it is also… Continue Reading Tourist Industry and the Unseen Pound.
For the last 19 years I have been coming as a visitor to the Victoria Theatre together with my 6 children including my disabled daughter. Sometimes to watch my own… Continue Reading Delivering Training at the Victoria Theatre, Halifax
Attitudes make the difference. I sat with a client the other day, a lady who I have worked with for many years now and listened to yet another recent experience… Continue Reading Attitudes make the difference. Let’s keep changing them.
We’re taking advantage of a good night out, a little fizz and plenty of networking but most of all we’ll be enjoying a night that celebrates so many people who… Continue Reading Short listed and we’re pretty chuffed with that.
Recently my mother asked me to join her on a day out and to blog about access in Hebden Bridge for the organization she runs called Visits Unlimited. I was… Continue Reading Accessible Hebden Bridge by Nadia Clarke