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Giant accessible board game – how to make it

When we recently celebrated Braeden’s birthday, I was keen for it to be a day where everyone joined in on ...
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Thoughts on Father’s Day

When you sign up to parenthood it’s an unknown quantity. You hope that it will be filled with Hallmark moments, ...
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BBC The Conversation interview – parenting a disabled child

I am often asked to do interviews on the topic of accessible travel and sometimes on my experience parenting a ...
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7 ways to make an Easter egg hunt accessible to all

Easter isn’t far away and we want to make sure everyone can join in and have fun. Braeden has always ...
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Parents and carers need more help

Updated – October 2023 It’s Carer’s Week here in Australia and I’m exhausted. My caring role has gone up a ...
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Our European adventure

We’ve just arrived home from a European adventure. It was different to our usual travels for several reasons. The catalyst ...
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My thoughts on our NDIS funding review outcome

I’ve just emerged from a bit of a funk. I didn’t realise why I had been feeling so blah for ...
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Behind the scenes at our International Day of People with Disability 2022 video shoot

When Braeden and I found out we were going to be ambassadors for International Day of People with Disability 2022 ...
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Vulnerability, caring and accidents or illness – my latest experience

Nothing makes me feel more concerned or vulnerable than the thought of not being able to care for Braeden. I ...
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Carer guilt – is it just me or do you suffer from it too?

Am I the only one that does their best but still suffers from a massive amount of guilt? We hear ...
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Respite – when things go wrong and three nights turn into 10 nights away

Braeden headed off to respite a couple of Friday nights ago for a weekend. It was the first time he ...
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The incredible admin involved in living with a disability or caring for someone

The admin of life is slowly drowning me. I know, that’s incredibly dramatic but I honestly don’t think people outside ...
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