Make it so, Hall for Cornwall, make it so!

Dear Trustees and Director of Hall for Cornwall, I attended our lovely theatre last night and had a wonderful evening. Bill Bailey was fabulously entertaining and my cheeks ached for some time due to the hours of constant laughter. My seat was comfortable, the ice cream was tasty, the bar was welcoming. During the interval… Continue reading Make it so, Hall for Cornwall, make it so!

What your mother didn’t tell you…

Now, I am sure your mother always meant well but I am guessing that if you ever saw someone with a disability she told you not to stare. Great advice! Never stare. Unless it is longingly into the eyes of a loved one or maybe if you spot Tom Hardy when out. Don’t look!  Well, it… Continue reading What your mother didn’t tell you…

A Brief Introduction

If it takes a village to raise a child then it really does take a large town/small city to raise a child with disabilities.

Adam is just a boy, like any other. He likes his friends, enjoys playing Minecraft, is quite bossy and loves to be active.

That last part is where life can get difficult. For being active isn’t easy when you cannot sit up on your own, let alone when you can’t stand or walk.

So we have a few extra challenges to face.

And we face them every day.

Last year was a difficult year for us. Adam was recovering from surgery and I suffered an injury which stopped me from doing almost everything. This year we want to get out there and live life to the full.

It is going to involve making a few changes in the wider world.