Empowering People With Impairments Towards Inclusion

An exploration of the current status of people with impairments within British society, specifically those with significant impairments, as well as the psychological and sociological meaning of inclusion and how it can be practically achieved for real people in real situations from a lived experience perspective.Good afternoon everybody, and as you should already know, my … Continue reading Empowering People With Impairments Towards Inclusion

Does the government have a ‘carers know best’ policy?

While the public may be aware that the government inspects health and social care services through an organisation called Care Quality Commission, what is less know is that as well as full time qualified inspectors, the organisation also uses people with experience of using services to inspect services along side these inspectors, known as Experts … Continue reading Does the government have a ‘carers know best’ policy?

I am ‘really disabled’ and I feel pushed out of society by Labour

 Welfare benefits for people with impairments are once again in the media with the political correct left attacking the government for not implementing changes to PIP to ensure more people with lesser impairments can receive it. The government is, in my opinion, quite right to say that in a world of limited resources that the … Continue reading I am ‘really disabled’ and I feel pushed out of society by Labour