Monthly Archives: July 2020

Serena Bhandari - Jobstacle Course

It’s the end of the month and that means it’s time to hear from resident guest blogger Serena. This month Serena’s sharing her experience of job hunting as someone with Tourettes. While job hunting is stressful for lots of … read more

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Tics and Tables: Can You Help Evie?

Last week I spoke to Evie, a super friendly researcher from the University of Hertfordshire who’s working on a project to learn more about how people with Tourettes experience food and mealtimes. I enjoyed speaking to Evie and I could … read more

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A Picture of Pain

I’ve been using an iPad to draw with for just over a year. It’s changed my relationship with drawing and made the process much more enjoyable and less stressful for me – mainly because there’s an ‘undo’ button for when … read more

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Happy Birthday NHS

The National Health Service (NHS) is 75 years old today and this post is a celebration of the complicated, humane, and embracing service that’s looked after me for almost forty years. I can’t imagine what my life would be like … read more

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Understanding The Risks

Content warning: This post contains descriptions of medical and social risks affecting disabled people that you might find distressing.

I got a call from my local Council’s ‘COVID-19 Support Team’ today. They were checking in with me because I’m one … read more

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