December 3 marks International Day of People with Disability. This years theme is "Transformation towards sustainable and resilient society for all". It's to leave no one behind by strengthening the resilience of People with Disability by providing full access and inclusion. I would love to see more accessible communities and full inclusion. I ask questions … Continue reading International Day of People with Disability 2017
I was interviewed on ABC New England North West Breakfast Radio by Kelly Fuller on inclusion.
I took a trip to Gunnedah with my Mum today to checkout the height of the Return & Earn reverse vending machines. We found the reverse vending machine, took measurements with a tape measure and I reached as far as I could. It looks like the Return and Earn reverse vending machines will be too … Continue reading Return & Earn accessibility excursion
I have challenged the access to the Return and Earn reverse vending machines after watching a video posted on the Return and Earn Facebook page. "What is the height to reach and view the screen? I'm in a wheelchair and I'm concerned that I won't be able to reach and won't be able to do … Continue reading Return and Earn accessibility
I’ve made the difficult decision to leave Sydney for now and move back in with my parents in Tamworth, NSW. These are the top five things I’ll miss about Sydney. Healthcare When unwell you can go see a doctor without booking so far in advanced or having to call right on opening. You can even … Continue reading Five things Sydneysiders take for granted
In August 2017 I returned to Falls Creek with my parents. I was looking forward to skiing with Charlie, having previously skied with him earlier this year in Myoko, Japan. We had four days, a rest day and then three more mixing it up with bucketing and tethering. Each day Charlie skied down to … Continue reading The slot
My parents gifted me with a 20 minute scenic helicopter ride at Falls Creek with Forest Air Helicopters for my birthday. I went in a helicopter when I was five but I was unconscious and don't remember any of it. Mum came too and doesn't remember much of it either. Mum and Dad had previously … Continue reading Riding in a helicopter