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Month: November 2020

Driving after my bins are emptied

Driving after my bins are emptied

Introduction This blog follows on from a previous blog about accessibility and my driveway. I hope this is the last time I need to blog about my difficulties in driving my van and having my bins emptied. The photos in this blog occurred after my three bins were emptied by Eastwaste . I pay Prospect Council via my rates, for waste removal. As I enjoy my independence and believe in doing my share of the chores, I put my bins…

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My painful and shitty weekend

My painful and shitty weekend

I had a painful and shitty weekend And I am sharing it with you. Why? Before I acquired a spinal cord injury in 2009, I thought people in wheelchairs in general, had only one problem. They couldn’t walk. I knew little and quickly learned there are multiple issues. I want to share a few of the issues that occurred to be on the weekend. The goal is to increase understanding of people who don’t know what it is like living…

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Prospect Council Footpaths Resolution PROJECT

Prospect Council Footpaths Resolution PROJECT

Introduction to Prospect Council Footpaths Prospect Council footpaths are essential to my life, as I moved into the area in October 2019. As I use a wheelchair, the footpaths need to be suitable for use. Unfortunately, I am yet to find a single street in the whole Prospect Council area that is suitable. What is my definition of ‘suitable’? A ‘suitable’ footpath allows mobility devices to travel at the legal speed of 10 kph in a safe and smooth manner….

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