Tag "Sarah Ismail"

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Book review: Halfway Gone

Regular Disability Horizons contributor, Sarah Ismail, reviews Matt Padmore’s book – Halfway Gone – a book about life and love after a stroke. Halfway Gone is the story of Matt

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Book review: God’s Rich Pattern by Lin Berwick

Regular Disability Horizons contributor, Sarah Ismail, tells us her thoughts on new book “God’s Rich Pattern”, and how she was inspired by one woman’s story. God’s Rich Pattern by Lin

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Book review: Off Balanced by Zachary Fenell

Regular Disability Horizons contributor, Sarah Ismail, discovers the parallels between her personal experiences of living with cerebral palsy, and that of the author of “Off Balanced”. Off Balanced is the

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A profile of Paul Carter of Markthree Media

DH journalist, Sarah Ismail, features Paul Carter, a co-director of Markthree Media, an award winning television production company. Paul Carter doesn’t have an ‘official name’ for his disability, but he

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A profile of Kaliya Franklin – a trailblazer in online campaigning for disability rights

Regular DH contributor, Sarah Ismail, shares this fantastic article on Kaliya Franklin. A tireless campaigner for disability rights who has been a pioneer in online campaigning via her blog, The

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UK Disability History Month!

Sarah Ismail shares an article about the upcoming UK Disability History Month and a recent pre-launch event she attended. On Thursday, 22nd September, I attended the pre-launch event for UK

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iPads And Cerebral Palsy – A Modern Communication Aid?

Regular DH contributor, Sarah Ismail, writes about how the iPad has become just as much a mobility / communication aid as it is a lifestyle product. I’m sure that when

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Education and technology

Blogger and regular DH contributor, Sarah Ismail, writes about her personal experience of using technology while at school and how the increasing mainstream use of IT can help other disabled

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One Little Finger – One Big Review!

Sarah Ismail reviews an autobiography titled “One Little Finger” recently published by Malini Chib, an author and leading advocate of disability rights from Mumbai, India about her extraordinary life. Malini

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Disability representation in the media

Disability Horizons contributor Sarah Ismail writes about the portrayal of disability in the media and provides an analysis of the current state of affairs. When I was asked to write

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