As some of you would relate to, I find myself hearing comments referring to the fact that I am a wheelchair user, or person with a disability, on a daily basis. Although I do acknowledge that most of these comments come from a warm and loving place, I do at times find myself questioning my […]Read More My identity and how I actually do travel on sand, water and land…
What really is a Self Managed NDIS Plan??? And how we three women are using our plans to suit our lifestyles!!!
Self Management… what actually is it? If you have ever been involved with the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS), and its’ development, over the last decade you would have heard this term being bounced around plenty of times. However, I know that most of you are probably wondering about how much work is involved and […]Read More What really is a Self Managed NDIS Plan??? And how we three women are using our plans to suit our lifestyles!!!
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What we discovered planning for our last trip to the Snowy Mountains and how you can plan your fully accessible holiday for next Winter!
Speeding down a mountain faster than everybody else, being able to access a part of nature you have been so desperately wanting to visit for years … oh yes, now you can say that all of the hard work and planning you did three months prior to your trip has definitely paid off. As you […]Read More What we discovered planning for our last trip to the Snowy Mountains and how you can plan your fully accessible holiday for next Winter!
The connection between Islam and humanity, and how Rikki feels about being an Australian woman practicing the Islamic Faith!
Whenever you think about the word ‘humanity’ what comes to mind? Is it the words of beauty, peace, love and basically all of the things that resemble a good person? Is it the art of displaying the attributes of kindness, helpfulness and generosity to another living thing? It is in the weeks following ‘World Humanity Day’ that we […]Read More The connection between Islam and humanity, and how Rikki feels about being an Australian woman practicing the Islamic Faith!
As most of you know, Daffodil Day was just a few days ago. A day that’s all about flagging a disease that seems to affect so many of us in one way or another, CANCER! But what if you were diagnosed with it in your early twenties, when your life is just starting out? Throughout […]Read More What ‘Daffodil Day’ means to Louise and David each year!
Strength, willpower, courage, drive and the real art of someone transforming a twist that life has thrown at them into something that they can really use to the world’s advantage, something that they, the people around them and our whole society can learn and grow from – these days, I am increasingly finding that it […]Read More How our own personal journey means so much to others, and how you all can join us along the way???
Disability, what does this word actually mean? What is its’ raw definition when stripped back? Is it ‘lacking in ability’? Not being able to do what everyone else is able to? From my position, I’ve always found it funny when I think of the rawness of this term. I feel that this is because, for […]Read More Disability, ability and skill development???
You know my name, how old I am and what my disability is. But there’s so much more to me than just those three things. I am a girl that has been through more in 21 years, than most people do in their whole life. Let’s start at the very beginning, shall we? My mum […]Read More How I got to where I am today…
Being a mother, a parent, having a family? Being someone in their mid twenties, I am now starting to witness my friends and family transition from being children, who were relying on their own parents, to suddenly becoming parents themselves. As an observer of this transition, it has always intrigued me to see this sudden […]Read More What being a special kind of mother means to Erin and her family…