My Experience with Debauchery

My Experience with Debauchery: Did you know people with disabilities are capable of debauchery and excessive behaviour? I don’t see this topic discussed openly very often, and I think this is a shame.

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Attitude: Disability in the media

This month it’s all about attitude, Philip Patston shares a 2009 interview about his thoughts on the representation of people with disabilities in the media, how they shape our attitude…

Beginning at the gym

I have decided that this year, 2018, is the year that I join a gym – for the first time in my life. The build-up to doing this and the commitment felt huge! In hindsight it’s taken easily seven years for me to find the courage to make it happen.

DPSN Team Favourites: My Common is Unique (Anna)

As this year starts and not long after Chinese New Year – the year of the Rooster – I am considering my professional career and where I am going. This blog about My common work life being unique for others is a timely reminder that I know the rhyme and reason I do things the way I need to. Taking my time, or giving my time, or allowing my time is all important ways to manage my own success in life and career. My wish for 2017 – Remember your rhythm, know your own unique pattern and live a full life. – Anna

My Body

I strut around my world forgetting how I appear to others when I walk. Then I’ll catch a glimpse of my reflection and be reminded of the iconic ‘Anna waddle’. But I tend to just shrug it off and carry on.