Autism Acceptance Month

* This post has been written by our Social Media Manager. * Autism is a spectrum. None of us are the same. You both be independent and autistic, you can be physically/mentally dependent on the help of others, or somewhere in between. The beauty in autism is that it manifests in so many ways, that it’s hard […]

Invisible Disabilities Week

* This post is written by one of our volunteer content creators. * This is a post I made on December 4th last year and it gives a pretty good summary of the medical challenges I face on a daily basis; most of which you cannot see and unless I’m having a really bad day I […]

Mental Health Matters

* This post has been written by our Social Media Administrator. * There is a common misconception in our society that mental health shouldn’t be treated as urgently as physical health. You get told that you’re just being ‘overly dramatic’ or seeking attention when having an anxiety or panic attack; that you’re lazy if you don’t […]

Imposter Syndrome & Autism

* This post has been written by our Social Media Administrator. * Hey everyone! It’s been a while. This month’s blog post is dedicated to battling ‘imposter syndrome’ – a psychological ‘phenomenon’ in which the person involved begins to doubt themselves and reconsider what they’ve gone through. I confess that I’m often guilty of this pattern […]

Meet Cameron…

* This post has been written by our Social Media Administrator. * Hi, I’m Cameron! As a sufferer of moderate-severe depression and GAD (generalised anxiety disorder), I’m very aware of how little support is offered to those with disabilities of the mind. This is because a mental illness isn’t typically seen as a ‘disability’. Yet depression […]

The Little Things

* This post is written by one of our volunteer content creators. * Small Changes That Make Everyday Tasks More Manageable As I was preparing my lunch a few days ago I was thinking about how I’ve adapted my kitchen to ensure I avoid serious burns, concussions or other fall based calamities. This then got […]

A New Life

* This post is written by one of our volunteer content creators. * Last month, Lauren posted a blog about July being ‘Disability Pride Month’ and the challenges surrounding the concept – especially when your disability impacts every part of your life, including your future plans. As I read Lauren’s blog, I was lying in […]

A Taste of Freedom

* This post is written by one of our volunteer content creators. * After beginning self-isolation 9 weeks ago I’m definitely getting cabin-fever. My cat Daisy is a great companion, but I’ve been craving fresh air, green trees, and wide-open spaces. Yesterday I woke up at 5 am so at about 6:30 am, I headed out to […]

Meet Emma…

* This post is written by one of our volunteer content creators. * Hello! Who am I and how did I get here? There are many words I could use to describe myself: a teacher, a Christian, Autistic, single, a creator, a friend, someone living with chronic illness…I could go on forever! But although I’ve […]