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The background of getting asked for ID when you have a severe disability

The background of getting asked for ID when you have a severe disability

 Gretta Serov  

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Jul11
For any middle aged adult the sense of getting IDed has become almost a compliment in our appearance. Personally, as a nonverbal wheelchair user this concept interestingly has the opposite effect for me, to a point it’s almost an insult. To provide you with a bit more background into this

Living with endo and other invisible disabilities, tips how to speak up

Living with endo and other invisible disabilities, tips how to speak up

My name is Sevinc MacCue-Mayall and I live with Cerebral Palsy, Endometriosis and Overactive Bladder Syndrome. We aren’t going to get into my actual disability in this article, rather than a few comments on how the other conditions that I have affect me much more than my Cerebral Palsy. Endometriosis

Green thumbs leads to happy hearts!

Green thumbs leads to happy hearts!

Gardening is a fun hobby that anyone can enjoy, no matter your age or ability. As an aged care and NDIS provider, we love seeing our clients spend time in nature while improving their health and wellbeing. Here’s a quick look at how gardening can improve your quality of life,

Growing Up With my unknown Dyslexia

Growing Up With my Unknown Dyslexia

 Gretta Serov  

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Jun21
Looking at my life over the last decade, I can easily say I am both proud and  shocked of what my life is like now. Honestly, looking back to when I was about 10, becoming an writer even a business owner didn’t cross my mind as being in my future

Living with a invisible disability (what i've learned since my brain injury)

Living with a invisible disability (what i’ve learned since my brain injury)

It’s normal to feel inadequate. That doesn’t mean its good. We live in a world where we’re inundated with glossy, smiling photos of what’s presented as other people’s ‘lives’. How can we do anything but feel inferior by comparison? Now imagine seeing all these happy people, people doing happy things

Gaining Control in Your Home, Care and Social Life

Gaining Control in Your Home, Care and Social Life

 Gretta Serov  

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May29
Look around you, it is clear that our whole society is based around people lusting for control. Whether it’s globally, politically, within our friendship or family circle or in our own household. If you are either a person with a disability or have anything to do with the disability community,

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