Cerebral Palsy

Georgia sat with curly hair and her sun glasses on, on the grass. She has crossed legs and in wearing a light blue top.

Managing a Post University and Lockdown Flop with Cerebral Palsy

I finished university over a month ago now and of course, I’d prepared myself for a flop as mentioned in the last post I wrote whilst I was still studying. But I didn’t quite think it would last this long. After working from home since February 2020 (I started my virtual role-emerging placement before lockdown)… Continue reading Managing a Post University and Lockdown Flop with Cerebral Palsy

Myself sat looking to my left on the garden there's plants. I am sat on a grey Ratan chair in a mint pinafore with a white t-shirt.

How Studying Occupational Therapy Has Changed the Way I Manage My Disability

I got into disabled activism around 17 and in a way, I’ve always known that my disability would never be something that I ignored. Since starting (guest) blogging in 2017 my strategies of managing my disability has changed with age but many of the changes that I have made has been a result of my… Continue reading How Studying Occupational Therapy Has Changed the Way I Manage My Disability

Disability Zoom dance class, myself, Georgina, Helen and Philippa doing jazz hands.

Boogieing with Cerebral Palsy- F.t. Disabled Travel with Georgina & Freewheelin Inclusive Dance

I’ve always enjoyed dancing, it’s something that’s always been in my life. From the age of 4, I started going to tap and ballet until the age of 10 where I decided that I preferred the piano. Even then, I still always danced in secondary school and took part in the dance shows, I even… Continue reading Boogieing with Cerebral Palsy- F.t. Disabled Travel with Georgina & Freewheelin Inclusive Dance

I'm sat in a black dress with poke dots in a blue computer style chair against grey blinds.

Using My OT Knowledge to Make Sense of Postural Management Throughout My Life

Hello, and welcome to another post. I was going to do another placement post but as much as I want to post more placement content in my final year of being a student I’m also aware that my blog is not just about being a disabled student and therefore I wanted to talk about something… Continue reading Using My OT Knowledge to Make Sense of Postural Management Throughout My Life

A selfie of myself with straight hair, minimal make up, ridiculously dark eyebrows. You can see the top of my white blouse and my dangling earrings.

Promoting My Wellbeing Through Productivity, Self-care and Leisure as I Turn 21!

Hello, I hope everyone is well and isn’t doing too bad in lockdown. If you aren’t okay that’s fine too, you are not alone. I wanted to talk about turning 21 in this post, and discuss what I want to get out of this next year as I have a big list of resolutions. Basically,… Continue reading Promoting My Wellbeing Through Productivity, Self-care and Leisure as I Turn 21!

A photo of myself with curly hair. I am against grey vertical material blinds with some metallic venetian blinds to the right. I have my make up done with brown/gold eyeshadow and bright red lipstick. I have a black polo neck on, and a burgundy dungaree dress. You can see my shadow against the vertical blinds.

2 Years of Not So Terrible Palsy

Happy New Year! I’ve hope you’ve had a lovely festive period, it was a strange one, wasn’t it? In a way it was special, as I had not seen my grandparents (apart from on the doorstep), for a long time, so to have them around Christmas Day meant so much.

Theres 3 of us sat on a Chesterfield high back blue booth style sofa. I am on the right side with straight hair, my friend with curly hair and a black dress in sat in the middle and then on the end my friend has straight hair and it is a sparkly dress.

Reflecting on Magical Friendships at the Most Magical Time of the Year

A few months ago, in a previous post, I spoke about the significant role my family plays in my life. This was a powerful reflection, so I wanted to extend that to speak about friendships. I have many different friendship groups in my life that all influence me in different ways. I unintentionally saved this… Continue reading Reflecting on Magical Friendships at the Most Magical Time of the Year

A photo of myself, mum, dad and sister in a garden centre around an information stand and the name of the plant is Exoticks and Vine so my dad is point to the Vine bit. As that is our surname.

The Significant Role My Family Plays in Supporting My Blog

In my recent posts, I have been looking at my journey into accepting my disability with a fisheye lens and what stuck out the most was the crucial role that my relationships have played in this journey. On Tuesday it was World Cerebral Palsy Day and this year I dedicated my posts on my social… Continue reading The Significant Role My Family Plays in Supporting My Blog

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