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My Experiences With Access To Work

* This post is written by our Equipment Case Manager. * Access To Work. Where to start?! Access To Work is a brilliant system in principle, helping disabled people get the tools and equipment they need to be able to work, however in reality I have found it slow, difficult and time-consuming. First, a little bit […]

Life With Tourette’s

* This post is written by one of our volunteer content creators. * * TRIGGER WARNING: Medical Anniversaries. * We all have anniversaries in our calendar that mark an annual occasion, some of which are celebrated, and others commiserated.  A medical anniversary marks the year or years following a significant medical-based event such as an […]

AYL’s Grant Assistance Scheme

* This post is written by one of our volunteer content creators. * After volunteering with Access Your Life for a while, I noticed a trend amongst our user feedback within the comments sections of our social media posts. They always seemed so impressed with the products and partners we recommended but would continually mention […]

Top Ten Bathroom Aids – Part One

* This post is written by one of our volunteer content creators – it is not sponsored. * Daily living aids are usually small pieces of equipment used within the home to help people with disabilities live more independently. However, not every item lives up to their sales expectations. So, the AYL team have teamed […]

Meet Isobel…

* This post is written by our Equipment Case Manager. * Hello! My name is Isobel, and I am the new Case Manager here at Access Your Life. Meaning when you fill in an equipment request or grant assistance form on our website it comes to me, and I can help guide you towards accessing […]

Remap Charity – Emma’s Fix

* This post is written by one of our volunteer content creators – it is not sponsored. * My Fix, From First Contact To The Final Solution. In my previous post, I discussed the brilliant work Remap do to create bespoke solutions for disabled people’s everyday problems. My problem was that I frequently found myself in situations where […]

Remap Charity – Introduction

* This post is written by one of our volunteer content creators – it is not sponsored. * The Charity That Custom-Makes Equipment To Help Disabled People Live More Independent Lives Remap is a charity that promotes independence by designing and creating bespoke solutions for people living with disabilities experiencing an everyday difficulty or problem, where […]

What Is Intersectionality?

* This post is written by our previous Website Administrator. * * TW: maternal mortality. * Hi readers, and Happy Black History Month! For me, as a Black person, Black History Month is an opportunity to celebrate and uplift Black culture, Black people, and Black achievement. The sad truth is we live in a society built […]

Meet Hannah…

* This post is written by our previous Website Administrator. * Hi, I’m Hannah! As a teen, I was very much a jack of all trades and a master of none, getting involved in all sorts of activities and extracurriculars. I was 16 when I first started experiencing symptoms of fibromyalgia that would keep me […]

Top Ten Kitchen Aids – Part Two

* This post is written by one of our volunteer content creators – it is not sponsored. * The AYL team have teamed up to create a series of blog posts highlighting our favourite disability related products, starting with kitchen aids which you can read in part one of this series. As you will see, many of […]

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 […]

Top Ten Kitchen Aids – Part One

* This post is written by one of our volunteer content creators – it is not sponsored. * Daily living aids are usually small pieces of equipment used within the home to help people with disabilities live more independently. However, not every item lives up to their sales expectations. So, the AYL team have teamed […]

Shedding The Shame

* This post is written by one of our volunteer content creators. * In my years of activity within the disabled community, I see so many aspects of disabled life that are unique to an individual, or a condition, giving a rich insight into the diversity within the community itself. However, it also shows the […]

Mental Health & Self Isolation

For many people living with a disability, the coronavirus outbreak has lead to almost an entire year of self-isolation! Everyone has family and friends they desperately miss, public places they wish to visit and routine health services they long to access again. Meaning it’s understandable if you are struggling to see the positives, and perhaps […]

Mental Health & Chronic Illnesses

* This post is written by one of our volunteer content creators. * As we continue to see life around us continue to resemble what is now known as the new ‘normal’, we’re bound to be experiencing a complex array of emotions. Perhaps relief, perhaps dread, maybe even excitement – but as someone living with […]

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 […]