I’m recruiting a PA in Leeds!

Image Description: White background with centred purple text reading: Personal Assistant Vacancy Leeds I’m recruiting a PA in Leeds to provide support while I finish my Master’s course. Full details below. The ad is also attached as a MS Word document at the bottom of this post. Please share this…

PA Vacancy in Leeds

I’m recruiting a PA in Leeds to provide maternity cover support while I finish my Master’s course. Full details below. The ad is also attached as a MS Word document at the bottom of this post. Also attached is a copy of my coronavirus policy. Please share this with anyone…

There are no safe options for disabled people this Christmas

Featured image: A row of train station barriers, one with the blue and white wheelchair symbol and a green arrow. The announcement that coronavirus restrictions will be relaxed in the UK from 24th-27th December, and the opening of the student travel window from 3rd-9th December have prompted many to start…

“I’m her best enemy”: Viewing the development of the Doctor/Master relationship as a disabled woman

Featured Image: The 13th Doctor and Dhawan Master facing each other in the citadel. (BBC Promo Image) Watching Series 12 of Doctor Who was an incredible and intense experience for me, and it’s taken a long time to process that, and to work out exactly why I feel such a…

I’m recruiting Personal Assistants in Edinburgh! Deadline Extended!

As you may know, I’m moving to Edinburgh next month to do a Parliamentary Internship with Inclusion Scotland, and I’ve been looking for some PAs to assist me while I’m there. The good news is I’ve found one awesome PA, but I’m still looking for one or two more to…

The Trouble with Adulting: An Independent Living Perspective

Right now, everyone seems to love a bit of ‘adulting,’ celebrating being able to do tasks on your own or reaching milestones that are defined as grown up or which make you seem more like a functioning adult. These could be anything from getting out of bed at a reasonable…