Six Things That Would Make The World More Accessible

Six Things That Would Make The World More Accessible

My Rockin Disabled Life

Hi friends, my name is Sarah and I live with a disability called Spina Bifida and have more physical challenges than most people. The media has wrongly portrayed the disabled community for as long as I can remember and makes us all seem inspirational or depressed. I am on a mission to break all the stigma surrounding disability to help you learn the truth.

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  1. Invisibly Me

    These are fab points – I can’t help but think about some places I’ve been to that need to read this! I live in a town that’s still got some old-fashioned buildings and it’s great to have that history. BUT they’re not accessible for sh*t. Like Starbucks. No lift just stairs, one toilet for men and one for women but that’s all with no disabled toilet, small doorway, downstairs seating not suited for wheelchairs and no space to wheel around in there anyway.. Yeah, not great. xx

    1. My Rockin Disabled Life

      Thank you, I hate traveling for that reason because although a lot of places are fun to visit it’s not great if you can barely navigate it.

  2. kkr0cks

    I so agree with all of these areas that need improvement. I’ve even been in a hospital’s doctor office building where all the doors were very heavy and all of the doorways were narrow. My mom sometimes struggles to get through doorways with her walker.

    1. My Rockin Disabled Life

      Doctor’s offices and hospitals should be one of the most accessible places but tend to have very little accessibility and I know that I have struggled with opening doors at my doctor’s office as well and mostly try to use my wheelchair for that reason but I still face barriers because doorways are not accommodating for wheelchair users.

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