Posted on 30. Jan, 2013 in Blog
Every few weeks I will be publishing a chapter of my “Little E-book of Inclusion”; hints and tips for everyone who wants to deliver more inclusive services and facilities.
I’m hosting this Little E-book of Inclusion online to help everyone out there who’s delivering services on a shoestring, particularly the charities and voluntary sector.
My last entry [...]
Posted on 16. Jan, 2013 in Blog
Every 2 weeks I will be publishing a chapter of my “Little E-book of Inclusion”; hints and tips for everyone who wants to deliver more inclusive services and facilities.
I’m hosting this Little E-book of Inclusion online to help everyone out there who’s delivering services on a shoestring, particularly small companies and charities.
January’s Little E-book of [...]
The best time to visit Budapest is autumn – just when the summer sun has lost its heat and off-peak travellers can catch some last minute sunshine. I certainly wasn’t to be disappointed with the weather which was several degrees higher than London.
Despite all the prior warnings about poor facilities for disabled people I was [...]
A pioneering disabled activist will make history this autumn when she becomes the first peer to be allowed to take a personal assistant (PA) into the main chamber of the House of Lords during debates.
Baroness [Jane] Campbell has been told by fellow peers – with none of them voting against the move – that she [...]
Posted on 12. Mar, 2012 in Blog
News of Remploy’s reform spread quickly as it trended on Twitter with the government announcing that 36 out of 54 Remploy factories are to close by the end of the year. 1,518 disabled people are facing compulsory redundancy. Maria Miller, the minister for disabled people, has announced further consultations with Remploy bosses over the future [...]
Posted on 24. Oct, 2011 in Blog
This month I’m writing for Disability Now. Please visit their site and do give me a call or email your comments.
Kind regards, Tracey.
Posted on 24. Aug, 2011 in Blog
Having just returned from my summer holiday in France I’m delighted to hear that there are plans afoot to make travel more accessible. The European Union is looking to strengthen the rights of disabled passengers travelling by sea and inland waterways.
These new EU regulations are great news for us disabled folk.
In short there are now [...]
Posted on 20. Apr, 2011 in Blog
This month Proudlock Associates introduce you to Ian Payne, teenage tennis blogger from Kent. Ian’s experiences on and off the tennis court can teach us all some valuable lessons in life.
Wheelchair Tennis – Why, What, Where?
“I started wheelchair tennis when I was four years old, I have CP (Cerebral Palsy) and I have now been playing [...]
Posted on 29. Mar, 2011 in Blog
Last week I was working in Yorkshire, it was a delight to revisit places I’d not been to for many years. I was last in the area as a student at the University of Leeds in the 1980s, some things haven’t changed, such as the bewildering inner ring road. However, I’m thrilled to report that [...]
Posted on 16. Feb, 2011 in Blog
One of the advantages of running my own business and being the boss is that from time to time I get to skip work, such as leaving early on a Friday to avoid the M25 exodus from London.
Next year I plan to be a 2012 Games Maker for the Olympic and Paralympics, I’ll be jumping [...]