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I’m Cazbarr, a disability Blogger and reviewer of products & services. I was born with a rare disability called Arthrogryposis. Since birth, I have had over 30 operations to improve my disability. I like to think my disability has not prevented me from doing the things I love. This is why I started my site to share my life experiences.
When I’m not blogging, I am the chairperson and organiser of my wheelchair service user group at Queen Mary’s hospital, Roehampton. (If you are a patient of the wheelchair service and you would like to be a part of our user group, helping us shape the service, please do get in touch).
Help Us Campaign!
Disabled people and their families have to go to great lengths to book an accessible room and find accessibility information before being able to book. As for Accessible family rooms? Don’t bother, they don’t exist!
Help us change that, we are in the process of creating and starting a campaign to change this. If you are interested in helping, please do get in touch.
Sometimes, just sometimes I don’t have a enough to say to write a full blog post. So I post my “mini blogs” to my bulletin board.
You will find all sorts of information and quick tips on things like how to get a Radar Key to access disabled toilets or how disabled parking bays at Charing Cross Hospital have been used for maintenance workers! Bookmark the page to keep up-to-date!
I blog about my daily trials and tribulations to show how life can be really inaccessible and how little things can be done to make life for disabled people much more accessible.
I test and review products and services aimed at disabled people or products I think would help disabled people to share how good or bad they might be! Oh, you may find a couple of holiday reviews too. Can’t wait for when we can all start to travel again safely!
Disabled People Excluded From Medical Treatment! – You would think hospitals would be the best equipped for disabled people, considering how many patients arrive in
Hotels Don’t Offer Accessible Family Rooms, Is This Discrimination? – Accessible holidays are already far and few between, it’s hard enough to find hotels that
I had a routine mammogram 2.5 weeks ago where a lump was found. Since this, I have been diagnosed with grade 3 breast cancer (the