One Woman Went To Work! #BADD13

Came across a very excellent blog this morning for anyone interested in disability issues – and this post is simply brilliant, in my opinion, using photos to get across something of the daily reality faced by disabled people . Please take a look.

Disability Matters UK

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This is a belated Blogging Against Disablism Day, blog post…

Getting to work is something many take for granted; it can be a bind, and if you rely on public transport it will have all manner of annoyances; Will the bus be on time?  Will I get a seat?

If your disabled the daily commute often comes with many other considerations, this blog  is about one woman’s commute to work – using photographs to illustrate the kind of barriers she faces that an able bodied commuter might not even have to think about.

We have a Pinterest account, and this blog launches our “Barriers to Life “ Project – send us photos of the physical barriers you face in daily life – whether its going to work, socializing or getting to appointments.  We want to use this to illustrate the…

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3 responses to “One Woman Went To Work! #BADD13

  1. Very inspired piece. Every Hospital CEO, every Head-teacher, every Civil Service Chief should have to go to work and spend the day in a wheelchair once a year.

  2. Thanks for this, Steve. Brilliant blog.I support a university blind lecturer in work, a long time friend, and even after five years he still hasn’t been able to convince the university that some of their IT systems that he needs to access to do his job are totally inaccessible to his screen reading software. We have three blind students and two other members of staff are blind so you’d think they’d do something.

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