When I was growing up, there wasn’t many depictions of disability in the media, and when there was it was often a pity party or a token storyline. Nowadays, things are getting better – slowly, very slowly. But we still need more representation and inclusion of disabled characters in all forms of media. For the […]
BY HAYLEIGH BARCLAY This time five years ago I was in the middle of writing my proposal to be accepted onto the Doctorate program at the University of Glasgow. I decided to undertake the Creative Writing course after completing a BA and MA in subjects specialising in writing, directing, and producing for TV and film […]
Bobby Shearer is back for even deeper dive into the things he needs to do to stay healthy, after talking about life with a trache last summer.
Hayleigh is back with another guide on how to make the most of occasions in lockdown. This time it’s Valentine’s!
BY HAYLEIGH BARCLAY Today I woke up convinced that time travel had been discovered. It’s December, but yesterday it was June and despite posting about it on Twitter, nobody could tell me how that happened. I’m not saying it’s a conspiracy, but I’m not saying it’s not either. All I know is that for the […]
Mark Chapman has been a beacon of hope for us all. Here’s Jon’s special message for a legend.
What a fantastic campaigner Fi Anderson is! Please give her a warm welcome as one of our new trustees.
We are extremely pleased to announce another new trustee, read Lucy’s first blog where she introduces herself.
We’ll be hearing from Canine Partners at our Winter Miniconf and here’s Chloe Bellotti’s lovely story about having an assistance dog.