Meet Isobel…

* This post is written by our 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 the […]

Meet Amber…

* This post has been written by our Secretary. * Hi, I’m Amber! AYL’s newest team member and secretary, which is a new, challenging, and exciting adventure for me. I am particularly enjoying learning how both the company and website operate behind the scenes, and will soon be learning to publish weekly blog posts – […]

Meet Jay…

* This post has been written by our Secondary Social Media Manager. * Hi, I’m Jay! AYL’s newest team member and Secondary Social Media Administrator! Meaning if you follow us on social media, you will have already seen some of my work! It is a new but exciting adventure for me. I have always been […]

Meet Saffie…

* This post is written by our Case Manager. * Hello! My name is Saffie, and I recently started working for Access Your Life as their first ever Case Manager, making me responsible for the management and communications of their Equipment Request Form. So, anyone looking to source a suitable wheelchair, for example, will chat […]

Meet Hannah…

* This post is written by our 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 home […]

Meet Adam…

* This post is written by one of our volunteer content creators. * Hi, I’m Adam! A 45-year-old Army Veteran, Transgender man living with a disability. Originally from Scotland, I moved to England aged 25 to re-enlist in the army. Fast forward to my early 30’s and I once again had to leave, only this […]

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 […]

Meet Lauren…

* This post has been written by one of our volunteer content creators. * Hi, I’m Lauren! I began writing a disability-related blog called ‘aticcersguidetolife’ in the hope of documenting my life as a young person living with a variety of chronic illness, as I quickly realised that there really is not enough support available […]

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 […]

Meet Lori…

* This post is written by one of our volunteer content creators. * Hi, I’m Lori! I am beyond excited to be writing my very first blog post for the new AYL website – it means so much to have been accepted for this fantastic opportunity. Today I wish to talk to you about my […]