‘Art can be a powerful form of expression…’ I read that once on a postcard and it made me think, I remember saying to my friends that when I had… Continue Reading Where There’s Art There’s a Way.
Are you aware of the accessibility changes? Whatever your business and whatever sector you are in you will be required to ensure you have good practices around accessibility. Accessibility for… Continue Reading Accessibility changes in 2018. Keep Updated
Festive senses and adapting Christmas Lights, twinkling hanging decorations, tinsel, toys, sounds and smells are everywhere. the hustling bustling energy of shoppers, chatters, those catching up and diaries squeezing as… Continue Reading Adapting Christmas.
Winter is here and we’d like you to share your top activity tips. From the layers of woolly jumpers and thick socks to finally switching on the central heating and… Continue Reading Winter where we can all play out.
The concert that brought the 80’s back home. Robert DeNiro’s waiting and he’s talking Italian. Well that’s what Bananarama opened with on stage at the Barbican in York on Saturday… Continue Reading A Concert that revived the 80’s in us all.
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.