When non-disabled people attend inaccessible events, they’re building their careers by treading on disabled people. Why does this matter?
Tagged: wheelchair access
It is a sadly common fact for disabled people (and in the context of this blog, specifically wheelchair users) to be blocked from attending events because of a lack of access, but whenever I discuss this with non-disabled people, they’re...
……….Wheelchair Services have offered my son a Salsa M electric wheelchair. How do you find this wheelchair, and what postural set-up do you use? The parent of a boy with muscular dystrophy asking on a forum for young disabled people...
Living in London while using a wheelchair, you quickly learn that the bus network isn’t as friendly to you as it should be. Here are five great tips for taking advantage of the London bus network, while travelling safely
Building a career as a poet in London is hard enough – doing it while relying on wheelchair accessible public transport is almost impossible
Wheelchair access isn’t an optional extra, and ‘the left’ needs to stop treating it as if it is
When ostensibly ‘social justice’ or ‘left wing’ events don’t put access details on their websites, they’re functionally excluding disabled people – but how should you respond when asked about wheelchair access?