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Wellbeing & Fitness

Why time is so precious when you’re disabled

Wheelchair user Emma Purcell, who is also visually impaired, explains exactly why time is so precious for disabled people when…

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Lifestyle

Blogger Lucy Reynolds on perceptions and the representation of disability

Dr Lucy Reynolds PhD, who is a blogger, public speaker and disability advocate with cerebral palsy, talks about how her…

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Lifestyle

Blogger Bryony Moss on becoming a writer, actor, model and disability advocate

We hear from blogger and aspiring actor and model, Bryony Moss, on how she wants to use her blog and…

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Lifestyle

Blind presenter and vlogger Lucy Edwards on being herself and making a difference

Blind vlogger Lucy Edwards has built a career on being open about her disability and its challenges. Discover Lucy's journey…

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Work & Education

How starting a blog changed my life with ME for the better

Blogger Pippa tells us how she came to start a blog and Instagram channel sharing her experiences with ME/CFS, and…

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Lifestyle

5 things I want others to know about disability

Rebecca Sullivan is a blogger who uses her writing to express her experiences of living with cerebral palsy. Her work…

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Work & Education

How blogging can change perceptions about disability

Lucy Wood, who has cerebral palsy and uses a wheelchair, is a blogger, vlogger and disability advocate. She uses her…

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Assistive Tech & Products

Disability hacks and gadgets to make your life easier

Disabled blogger and wheelchair user Ross shares his blog post on disability hacks and gadgets to make your life easier.…

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Lifestyle

Using writing as a way to free yourself and increase disability awareness

Blogger Rebecca Sullivan uses her writing as a way to express her experiences of living with cerebral palsy. Find out…

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Lifestyle

Interview: we speak to disability activist and blogger Chloe Tear

Back in spring 2017, we spoke to disability blogger Chloe Tear about her life as a student with cerebral palsy.…

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