My second blog for Invacare Australia and New Zealand, explores the moral aspects of the question "Is it okay to use the accessible toliet when you don't have a disability?" I hope that this blog would be a conversation starter and create a better understanding of bathroom modifications. This topic was surprisingly multifaceted. I could … Continue reading A User Guide To Accessible Toilet Etiquette
Based in the Untied Kingdom, Cool Crutches is the creation of mother and daughter team, Clare and Amelia. Following a life changing quad-bike accident which left Amelia with a spinal injury, she found the crutches she was forced to use were uncomfortable, unstable, and made a clicking sound everywhere she went (something I can entirely … Continue reading Finding Freedom with Cool Crutches
If you were wondering why I haven't posted a blog lately it is because I have been busy writing articles for Invacare Australia and New Zealand. A company which started in the late 1970s selling wheelchairs, that are today a global leader in the worldwide market for medical products and services used in the home. … Continue reading Toys With Disabilities – Creating A New Generation Of Awareness, Inclusion, And Understanding!
It’s that time of year when Christmas shopping is a top priority. For those of you looking for wonderful gift ideas for boat lovers you can’t go past the collection from Strokeside Designs. If you follow my Instagram you will have hopefully seen that I do a lot of promotion for this company. This is … Continue reading Strokeside Designs
Bags are a hot topic at the moment. From today the Queensland Government follows other states in Australia by banning single-use plastic bags. This action aims to protect our precious environment and wildlife. According to the Clean Up Australia website, plastic shopping bags take 20 – 1000 years to disintegrate and often end up polluting … Continue reading Urban Originals