WheelchairScope Secrets of Paris – Rooftop views Perfection 

As a wheelchair user, I am used to looking up at things. Whether it’s people standing up all around me, or bus timetables that are placed at just the wrong height to allow me to read them comfortably.
So I am always looking for places where I can survey the world from a different perspective, where I can look down rather than looking up. Being in Paris, you might have thought I would go up the Eiffel Tower, but I wanted to try something different. I wanted to see how Galeries Lafayette would manage when I said I wanted to go up to their rooftop terrace. Continue reading “WheelchairScope Secrets of Paris – Rooftop views Perfection “

Paralympics 2016 – Disabled People are ordinary not superhuman 

As Paralympics kicks off, it still seems uncertain whether Rio can pull off a major sporting event to rival the Paralympics in London in 2012.The Paralympics has come a long way from the days where the event looked like a glorified school sports day to becoming a credible mainstream sporting event with the media coverage and sponsorship to match. Continue reading “Paralympics 2016 – Disabled People are ordinary not superhuman “