Hi guys, I am so sorry that I haven’t been writing much, there’s just so much going on that I forget to update you both. I cannot believe I’ve been living alone for six weeks! So if you follow my Facebook page, you’ll know I’ve been having frequent spinal and hip flare ups which I’ve … Continue reading Me and my Disability: Six weeks living independently
Hi guys, So as you know I’m struggling with this severe pain flare and today I updated my GP. I’ve told her how I am struggling to manage this pain despite my extensive everyday medications so, she’s prescribed me 10mg of diazepam x 3 a day for three days. She’s also contacted MCAS and is … Continue reading Me and My Disability: February’s pain flare – An update
Hello everybody! I’ve had a little think and I’ve decided to rebrand my social media presence and be seen more as a disability/mental health blogger. However, this does not mean I will stop writing, I just feel that raising awareness of the trials and tribulations of a disability is more important to me. So instead … Continue reading Rebranding: Welcome to Chickonwheelz!
*Again for comedy purposes only* Pass a drugs test - I am on wayyyy too much morphine for that to happen.Bunge jump or sky dive - people with cerebral palsy aren’t covered by insurance companies when skydiving and yet people think it’s okay to blast me with radiation that could leave me with Spider-Man powers … Continue reading Me and My disability: Things I can’t do because of my disability.
Hi guys, So as you know I’ve bed. Struggling with my pelvis and hips these past couple of weeks and it’s no better. I spoke to the GP this morning and she’s referring me back to the muscular skeletal clinic where they can assess me and decide what investigations need to be done. I will … Continue reading Me and My Disability: Pelvic Flare update 30.11.2020
This week is Rheumatoid Arthritis week and I’m so pleased that This Morning dedicated to the Emmerdale Actress Clare King who plays the infamous Kim Tate who has been shielding due to her own struggle with Arthritis. Clare is supporting the We R A Priority campaign - a platform where others who have the condition … Continue reading Me and My disability: This week is Rheumatoid Arthritis Awareness Week
For those of you asking I’ve had some long overdue pelvic injections. The procedure was very invasive and I’ve had to go to bed as I’m very sore and bruised where I was moved constantly to get myself into the correct position. I’ve told people since I was 16 that my problems are mainly in … Continue reading Me and my disability: Pelvic injections (Post procedure)
Hi guys, So I had my appointment through finally for my fassett joint injections.. I cried when I got the letter, I’ve waited two long years for these, a tiny glimmer of hope has been lit at the end of this long dark tunnel. I have had similar ones before but these are going into … Continue reading Me and My Disability Fassett joint injections
I began my foray into blogging in 2013 when I started the tumblr blog uniquelyunable. I realised that they internet could connect me with people who are in similar situations to myself and that I could put my love of writing into practice as an outlet for my frustration at the lack of support for … Continue reading Me and my disability: Why I decided to blog
This is just my opinion so please be respectful. Feel free to ask any questions or get me to clarify things. If your hoist is in the charging dock, it won’t work. Pull it away a little to use it. To charge it, push it back in the dock and wait until the light turns … Continue reading Write 25 Common Sense Things People Should Know – Disability Edition.