Virtual Occupational Therapy Placement 2020

How We Can Stay Connected With Others in Unprecedented Times

The main aim of my #VirtualOTPlacement is educating people about the importance of online communities and over the upcoming months, online communities may be the only way anyone can stay connected and not just disabled people due to COVID-19. I must admit on a personal level I'm very relieved that I'm doing this placement especially… Continue reading How We Can Stay Connected With Others in Unprecedented Times

Disability Rights

No Longer Being the Only Disabled Member of the Family

Welcome back to another blog post! This blog post is a family post- yes this is my third family-related post within the last 3 months. However, my family is a very close family and they have always been very supportive of me so I think they deserve a bit a credit because I wouldn't be… Continue reading No Longer Being the Only Disabled Member of the Family

Cerebral Palsy

Having a Little and a Big Sister!

This blog is dedicated to my sister, best friend and the reason behind the name of my page, Matilda. As I have gone into occupational therapy and have got older, I am more aware that having a disability has an effect on other non-disabled siblings and I know that over the years my needs have… Continue reading Having a Little and a Big Sister!

Cerebral Palsy

Ruby’s Makeup!

HELLO AND HAPPY CEREBRAL PALSY AWARENESS MONTH!!! As some of you may know this year for CP awareness month I have decided to set myself challenges to raise awareness, improve my own confidence and just have some fun! I'm super excited to share what I've been up to with everyone so let's begin... So, as… Continue reading Ruby’s Makeup!