Posts Categorized: Category4

Anonymous

Become Anonymous. The first thing people notice is the wheels, then they notice the blue glasses and they may get to what I am wearing, but not always. Living with a long-term condition that creates additional needs, usually means one thing – people notice you. But they don’t notice you because you want to be… Read more »

Top Tips for College Students with Disabilities

Going to college can be a massive transition in your life, whether you’re attending classes for the first time since high school or are returning to university to study for your online MBA degree. College study requires extra attention and focus, which is why students who struggle with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and other… Read more »

The Disabled Kid’s Xmas List 2016

I created the Disabled Kid’s Xmas list last year as bit of fun. But hell – I had so much fun doing it, I felt like I had to create a 2016 edition. So here it is: The Disabled Kid’s Xmas List 2016. Switched Activated Toys Having low motor skills should not be a barrier… Read more »

Pokemon Go – The Wheelchair Test

Pokemon Go. Has there ever been a more successful launch for any game, ever? I don’t think so. You only have to look at the look at the surge in Nintendo’s share price – Go added roughly $7.2 billion to the company’s value in the past week. That dipped a little yesterday but Nintendo’s value… Read more »

The DayBag

My DayBag is my daily box of tricks that hacks life and makes it a little more accessible! So I thought that I’d write a post and tell you what’s in it. Choosing A DayBag First of all, choosing the DayBag itself is important. If you a wheelchair user or a wobbly, you want something… Read more »