Twitter | Search | |
BartsAbility
BartsAbility is a staff led initiative which aims is to improve the experiences of employees with a long term health condition or a disability.
4,072
Tweets
847
Following
849
Followers
Tweets
BartsAbility retweeted
Barts Health 20h
It’s and time for our annual celebratory BME event. If you haven’t already registered your attendance you can do so here: . Look forward to seeing you there.👍🏽
Reply Retweet Like
BartsAbility 23h
& staff from Ward 5D for raising money for if you are visiting please support Co-chair Lydia donating, while treating the OD team to cake 🎂
Reply Retweet Like
BartsAbility Oct 18
BartsAbility supports Invisible disabilities/ Illness Awareness - We are aware the 2%ESR of staff have shared their disability status compared to 12% on Staff Survey 📊 we are working on changing the culture to improve this by acknowledging
Reply Retweet Like
BartsAbility Oct 18
Thank you for the warm welcome at the Audit Day and giving us the platform to share BartsAbility progress 🤗
Reply Retweet Like
BartsAbility Oct 18
Read up on blog on WeShare on the process of the Dyslexia Workstream 🤗 Thank you & Delordson for your leadership 👍
Reply Retweet Like
BartsAbility Oct 18
Thank you 🤗together with your leadership being our site Executive sponsor for We are changing the narrative & experience for staff
Reply Retweet Like
BartsAbility Oct 18
Thank you together we can and we will make change 🤗 thank you for giving us a slot at the Audit meeting 👍
Reply Retweet Like
BartsAbility retweeted
Malcolm Finlay 🔶🇪🇺 Oct 18
fantastic presentation from our highly impressive Inclusivity and Access team. continues to be a champion of inclusion
Reply Retweet Like
BartsAbility Oct 17
Congratulations 🎉 best of luck for tonight ☘️ have a fabulous time 🤗
Reply Retweet Like
BartsAbility Oct 16
We only see the top of what someone is experiencing- Understanding Invisible Illness
Reply Retweet Like
BartsAbility retweeted
Young Epilepsy Oct 16
Through we are reminded of the impact that invisible conditions can have on an individual’s everyday life, especially around epilepsy. Let's move away from these misunderstandings and encourage everyone to help in spreading the awareness of epilepsy! 💜
Reply Retweet Like
BartsAbility retweeted
Shift.ms/Vicki&Eoghan Oct 16
Because a lot of people don't understand what MS actually is and how it feels, it's easy for people to say the wrong thing... 😩 As part of tell us what thing has someone said that's made your eyes roll? 👀 "Yeah, I get quite tired too..." 🙄
Reply Retweet Like
BartsAbility retweeted
Aurora Thornhill Oct 16
I have an invisible disability. This is my life below. I get 95% of these symptoms 80% of the month. It’s and shit can be rough especially when you’re a black woman trying to get medical care. I got stories guys... I got lots.
Reply Retweet Like
BartsAbility retweeted
Svetlana Kouznetsova (Sveta) Oct 16
This week is . Deafness is an invisible disability. According to research, 93-95% of ppl w/disabilities are not wheelchair users. It’s important to note as the famous icon does not represent everyone.
Reply Retweet Like
BartsAbility retweeted
✨ Katie May ✨ Oct 16
so, this week is the reality of having an invisible illness is that on the outside, you look fine but your insides are attacking you. from brain fog to chronic fatigue and constant pain - you can’t see it and it’s really hard to explain at times …
Reply Retweet Like
BartsAbility retweeted
olwen gaskell Oct 16
This is my life struggle every single day 😩
Reply Retweet Like
BartsAbility Oct 16
Replying to @Lynnebrarian
Thank you for sharing 👍
Reply Retweet Like
BartsAbility retweeted
Lynne Mackie Oct 15
For , I wanted to share a video that I edited for for the International Stuttering Awareness Day () Online Conference! has had a big impact on my life but I'm not alone.
Reply Retweet Like
BartsAbility retweeted
PurpleSpace Oct 15
This afternoon we’re discussing why disability staff networks/resource groups should partner with comms and marketing teams to help raise awareness of your organisations commitment to disability inclusion.
Reply Retweet Like
BartsAbility retweeted
EHRC Oct 15
"As time goes on these figures should be halving not doubling. Hate crime legislation must keep pace with changes in society so that perpetrators can be brought to justice." - on the latest Home Office hate crime figures. More ⬇️⬇️⬇️
Reply Retweet Like