I honestly believe that vast majority of Britain would absolutely support campaigns to protect disabled people’s rights if they only knew about them. The problem is getting heard through the filtered news that people hear. It is easy to believe that no one cares when you see the statistics for disability hate crime, or hear about people dying alone without anyone seeming to even notice. But I truly think that the majority of Britain wholeheartedly believes that we should live in a society that gives help when it is needed… they just need to be informed that they need to.
For a child who is as dependant on adults as Dominic is, helping him reclaim an element of control is never a bad thing. How else is he going to develop a sense of his own self-worth if he is never reminded that, even though he is ever so small, he doesn’t have to just
We are driven by five genetic needs: survival, love and belonging, power, freedom, and fun. William Glasser Have you ever gone to sit down and realised, the instant before your bottom makes contact with the cushion, that you’ve left your drink over the other side of the room? It seems to happen to me
What did you get up to this Bank Holiday? The kids and I had great fun all in the name of helping one of our favourite charities, Whizz-Kidz. Just because it amused me to the point of crying with laughter, here is an (epic) trailer of the film we have been making … I’ll post
Dear Mr Collin Brewer, Firstly may I congratulate you on your recent re-election. It has certainly come as a surprise to many. Indeed I believe that I can count myself amongst the number of people who were slightly bemused as to quite what societal blip occurred in-between your apologetic resignation in February and then rather