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♿︎ Elise Apr 16
ppl can use the accessible toilet, that’s what it’s for. Breastfeeding moms don’t belong in there for 45 mins while I’m wetting myself in my bcs I’ve got nowhere to pee. Don’t @ me with “being a mom is hard” bcs having babies is a choice & a privilege.
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sunildvr 10h
Great article from about (in)visibility of particular impairments and how this interacts with the necessity to use facilities. Great to see more awareness raising around these issues
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Karo and Al N. 3h
It’s suggested you look into and the harm they did to innocent consumers ,many who were some , I saw you in a photo with a Synermed executive so you likely know about them Mr. Newsom
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Alex 51m
One of my biggest frustrations with students in my ASL class is that they always are quick correct me if my sign is slightly off. I have talked with my teacher and she knows I’m and my hands don’t always move the same but if I’m not clear, I clarify.
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Tinu Apr 13
fam? Do strangers ever start a conversation with you by asking "what's your disability?" Instead of hi or good evening? How do you typically respond if so?
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Robyn Miller 20m
'Special Cuts' @TheatrePlace on Sunday - a must-see 4 every1! Stars the talented who convinces as a disabled man + +Sabrina Thomas w/ David Tulloch as director. Kudos ! Proceeds 2 the -
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Teresa Divilly Apr 11
If a person is temporarily by an or incident, they cannot use a car park space. When walking with # walking aids the pavements are too uneven. A pavement can have two or three different surfaces.
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Jacqueline Patterson 3h
Replying to @djpain1
But for real.... would you consider working with a artist?
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Lawrence Carter-Long 6h
FAIR WARNING: Call me an "access inclusion seeker" and you'll get punched in the face. In other words, "Don't diss my disability." Too many fought, got arrested, probably died so I could proudly proclaim it. PC plonkers don't get to take that history away.
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Em Taylor 2h
Hey where's the ??? Today's about the kids, not informercials and gossip. This is the one day kids get to see themselves & their experiences showcased and you're ruining it
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Angela Kennedy Apr 10
Replying to @RedbridgeLive @Shelter
In the meantime, my daughter, a woman, has had to live in one room since December, on a too small bed (no other furniture), with NO access to outdoor sunlight, fresh air, and no prospect of such, thanks2 . She'd be treated better in jail if a criminal.
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Aveso Apr 17
'There are 930,000 more people in today than in 2013' according to government statistics. Now is the time to start thinking about toilets in the , a vital provision for many people living with a :
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Lois Turner Apr 14
Very shocked with Clapham junction staff today who refused to help me and another blind passenger to the replacement bus stop because it’s out of there grounds on the other hand were very helpful passengers
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FourQ♿ 11h
Wish shared locations for toilets. It would save hours of searching on Street View, or having my abled wife & son visiting areas first. PDF is 3 years old. Emergency services use W3W, so what's stopping the councils?
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Sunny Daze 8h
Does anyone else do something on one day (took my dog to the vet) and then spend the next 1-? days recovering? I think I’ll sleep most of today and I am exhausted.
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Kimberley 🦓♿ Apr 15
I'm seeing a new Dr tomorrow. I'm both excited & anxious. I have a lot of medical trauma because of maltreatment of Dr's over the past few years. I really hope it goes well & this Dr can help me. Can people give me some luck or have their fingers crossed?
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Stephanie Tait Apr 17
If your church cares about , please don’t stop short at entrances to the building itself. Most churches have platforms/stages that are entirely inaccessible communicating to us that no one expects to see a person need to get up there person to lead.
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Research Institute for Disabled Consumers 14h
Steve gets to his beloved workshop using a . He's a member of RiDC's consumer research panel, which he enjoys just as much. Find out more about our research panel at
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Hannah Hodgson 14h
I’m hiring! A social carer to get me out and about. Up to 12 hours per week, £15 an hour. Based 20 minutes outside of Kendal, Cumbria. More info in picture. Please SHARE.
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