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Sensory Accessibility: How to Support Someone with Sensory Differences

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We always consider physical accessibility when preparing a trip with someone who has a physical disability, but do we consider sensory accessibility? Our guest blog contributor, Joanna Grace, discusses ways to support someone with sensory differences. Going into a new environment asks a lot of us. For any of us, new sights, sounds and smells […]

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How to Prepare an Autistic Child for Christmas

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Christmas can be a challenging time for someone with autism. The lights, decorations, social interactions, music and smells can sometimes trigger a sensory overload. With the change of routine, increase in outings and other festive events that occur, it is important to prepare an autistic child in advance. Read our top tips on how to […]

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Home and Life Modifications for Disabled Parents

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This is a guest blog written by Ashley Taylor. She offers her advice on the challenges that disabled parents can face.  Having a baby is one of the most exciting times in a person’s life. You’re getting to know a new person who depends on you completely and will grow up to be an independent […]

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The Little Things That Inspire Emma’s Happiness

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This post has been written by Emma Muldoon, who has Limb Girdle Muscular Dystrophy. Emma is a travel and disability blogger over on Simply Emma. Please can you tell us a little bit about your disability? I have Limb Girdle Muscular Dystrophy, which is a progressive muscle wasting condition. It specifically affects my shoulder, upper […]

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