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International Day of Persons with Disabilities – 3rd December 

Today, 3rd December, is the International Day of Persons with Disabilities. As a woman with a disability living in the UK, I wanted to write a blog to celebrate this day and talk about some issues that are important to…

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A Political Manifesto By Molly Dog

My name is Molly (Molly Dog [with a blog] to my followers) and I am a 5 year old working class, dog, a Working Cocker Spaniel to be precise. I live in the beautiful place called Benfleet in Essex, where…

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Be Your Client’s Hero – National Advocacy Conference 2016

On Thursday 13th October I attended the Be A Force For Change - National Advocacy Conference 2016 run by Kate Mercer Training. I delivered the first keynote speech on my experiences with advocacy, titled “Be Your Client’s Hero”. It was…

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Turning 21 – The Journey into Adulthood

Sunday 14th September 2014 - It’s my 21st birthday on the 2nd October, and I am truly grateful I am here to reach this milestone. Every birthday is a milestone for us, but turning 21 is a huge one. For someone…

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Dr Daniel Poulter MP, Did You Hear Me?

Dr Daniel Poulter MP, did you hear me? You probably won’t remember me; I gave a speech at an event organised by Together for Short Lives in Parliament in November 2013 which you attended. You had your picture taken with…

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Is England accessible?

Is England accessible?Much as the UK has, in some ways, made great strides with respect to those with disabilities, it still has a long way to go. Disability discrimination is still happening. Most places are not fully wheelchair accessible. Being…

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