Posts Categorized: consumers


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 »

Making Contact With Contactless

The art of paying for things has always been challenging for those of who wheel bound. I, myself, have created more queues in Tesco than I care to mention.   And paying for things, I think has a great significance. Stop me if you have heard this before… Person in wheelchair queues to pay for… Read more »