This election has shown how toxic (less real) disability has become

This election has been extremely bitter in terms of my relationship with other so-called ‘disability activists’. It has shown to me how successful the left wing sick movement has been in hijacking the disability agenda, booting out real disabled people with real issues, so those who can work but moan how stressful life is can … Continue reading This election has shown how toxic (less real) disability has become

Redefining Independence for Disabled People

I want to take a week off politics to talk about a new idea I have been considering regarding independence for disabled people. Independence is a confusing term in relation to disabled people. There has been two main definitions of independence.The first definition can be seen as connected to the medical model of disability. Here, … Continue reading Redefining Independence for Disabled People

Labour is not the party for all disabled people

While this election will be remembered as the Brexit election it has not stopped many disabled activists from trying to bring their concerns of the welfare reforms to the forefront. While campaigns like #cripthevoteuk proclaim themselves as non-partisan, it is clear that it is in reality a left-wing rant against the Tories. For these activists, … Continue reading Labour is not the party for all disabled people

Having Pride, Understand Tips and more

New products for View Blog April 2017 I am a leading independent dysability issues consultant, researcher, trainer, controversial inclusion activist, campaigner, and social change agent, based in Coventry (UK) with vast experience and expertise in a wide range of fields including dysability equality, independent living, health policy, social care, lifestyle advocacy, employing personal assistants and … Continue reading Having Pride, Understand Tips and more