Disability | Sport | Travel

Attending sporting events with a disability

I love going to watch games to cheer on my local football and rugby league teams (Leeds United and Leeds Rhinos) home and away. I have also attended other events such as Wimbledon and Paralympic Swimming World Championships (in Glasgow and London).  However, having my Cerebral Palsy (CP) and visual impairment (VI) can make things […]

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Disability | Travel

Travelling with a disability: Paris

I have recently returned from a weekend away in Paris with my boyfriend, Sam.  Being visually impaired and using a long white cane since I was around 16 years old, it’s interesting to see how people in different cultures and countries react and how different cities are accessible for disabled people.  I am also visiting […]

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Being an adult with Cerebral Palsy…What now?

Today’s post will be talking about a topic that I feel like isn’t spoken about much – adults with Cerebral Palsy accessing regular treatment after the age of 16. This may be different for everyone, so I can only write from my own experiences. I will be discussing my treatments I accessed when I was […]

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