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Disabled people are passionate about cars as-well !

**competition story, if you think this story should win the ipad, share on Facebook or twitter via the links above*** A few summers ago I worked for a local community project that provided carers for disabled people within the community. I had been asked to work with an adult group, providing support for their weekly…

A warning to anyone with arthritis anywhere in the body

**competition TRUE STORY, if you think this story should win the ipad, share on Facebook or twitter via the links above*** I am writing to tell of my horrific experience,  which started initially with a swollen knee whilst on a lovely holiday in Menorca. The knee then became very swollen and red. As I already…

I think we are sent experiences so that we will learn to cope,

** competition story, if you like it, please tweet or share on Facebook on links above* Life is the strangest thing, sometimes I think we are sent experiences so that we will learn to cope with things that are going to affect us in later life.  When I was in my 20’s I met an…

Mum in a wheelchair, Very funny story !

** competition story, if you like it, please tweet or share on Facebook on links above* I recently took my 82yr old mum Betty to visit her sister at the care home where my auntie lives.  Mum is in a wheelchair and suffers from water retention which causes her legs to swell. Sitting in the…

I am still sorry, to this day that I didn’t help the disabled lady

**Competition story please share on Facebook if you think it should win the i-pad,** A Few years ago, We went to a country fair. It was a lovely hot sunny day, perfect for our family day out. There was stalls, rides for children, and fun games for all to play. The best part was the…

Mental illness is the silent killer, Awareness needed,

**Competition story please share on facebook if you think it should win the i-pad,** My brother died in March last year after suffering for over a decade with schizophrenia. He was very poorly and received full time care for several years. He had made progress with his recovery and moved back into the community via…