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The Blind Victoria Cross (VC)

The latest edition of RNIB’s Vision Magazine contains an interesting interview with Lord Ashcroft about his collection of Victoria Crosses, one of which was awarded to a soldier who went blind and after World War I went on to practice law as a lawyer. 15 more words

A slighty different achievement...maybe?

This weekend, I did something I haven’t done since I was small. In fact, I don’t even remember the last time I did it it was so long ago, but I’m pretty sure it must have happened once. 315 more words

Assumptions in Education with CP

I asked on Instagram this morning if another post was wanted and the response was much more positive than I thought it would be. As I’m not doing much today, I thought I had no reason not to post. 1,863 more words

Anorexia

Training: Musical Inclusion training programme 2014-15.

Who is it for?

  • Music leaders/teachers with existing workshop and/or teaching experience including and least some experience of special needs, disability or challenging behaviour.
  • Those wanting to get more work…
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Obesity and Disability

Just over a year ago, I wrote a blog about whether obesity can be a disability. You can read that blog here.

The issue has now been considered by the Advocate General in the case of… 162 more words

Employment Law

What they don't tell you about an internship at EnAble India

1. There is never place to sit:

It’s a dog-eat-dog world out there, and the EI offices will tell you that when you find somewhere to sit, make sure you just stay there. 571 more words

Typing 101

I want to be real here. For the most part, I’ll be upbeat about my disability because I know God has given it to me for a purpose. 569 more words