An afternoon at RSPB Minsmere (11/05/15)

Just a quick post, I’ve been really lazy with my blogging lately so here’s a quick one. Yesterday afternoon mum and I headed down to RSPB Minsmere for an afternoon of birdwatching, Minsmere is one of my favourite places to go since its almost entirely wheelchair accessible. Good paths, accessible bird hides, friendly staff, beautiful…Continue reading An afternoon at RSPB Minsmere (11/05/15)

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Pacing

Pacing – when is the Boom worth the Bust?

Symptom management is a really important part of living well with a chronic health condition. For symptoms like fatigue and pain, Pacing is an essential skill to learn 1 . There is no easy fix for life with long-term health conditions but there are a lot of little fixes that can help. To make the most…Continue reading Pacing – when is the Boom worth the Bust?

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Trixie Jogging Belt for Hands Free Dog Walking

I purchased this via amazon ”Trixie Waist Belt” so that I could walk dogs from my wheelchair or on crutches without getting hopelessly tangled. I have tried various methods like tying leads to my chair, carabiners, leads looped over my arms but all of them had the same flaw. The leads were either too long…Continue reading Trixie Jogging Belt for Hands Free Dog Walking

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RSPB Minsmere Accessibility Review

RSPB Minsmere is a coastal reserve in Saxmundham, Suffolk. The reserve covers over 2,000 acres and is a mix of woodland, wetland, meadows, reed beds and shorelines. The 1st thing I have to compliment them on is their access statement, their website is FANTASTIC (available here) it covers so much more than just ‘wheelchair accessible…Continue reading RSPB Minsmere Accessibility Review

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