January 25, 2023 at 10:19 am #202787Accessible Family Places In The West Midlands
I have recently taken an approach of blogging in an effort to try and help others in a similar position to me, or to help anyone who knows someone with a disability. My Latest blog post is about my favorite places to visit as a family in the West Midlands.
I’d love to hear about some places that you guys and gals have found great for accessibility so I could maybe do a future post covering more than just the West Midlands.
If anyone would like to take a look at the places I have mentioned in my blog, they can so so here: https://disableddad.squarespace.com/blog/2w48bo6nkqzi3fq5n4o15twpkgnc19
JonnoJonno118ParticipantPosts: 0Joined: 08/02/2017February 2, 2023 at 12:36 pm #202789Reply To: Accessible Family Places In The West Midlands
I wonder if the lack of response is due to the lack of accessible family places?
So many love songs, so little love.February 4, 2023 at 12:27 pm #202791Reply To: Accessible Family Places In The West Midlands
Sadly, Ranald, I very much agree. There seems to be little interest in developing it at all, not just the forum but also the main site. But that is a story for another post.
So many love songs, so little love.February 4, 2023 at 5:57 pm #202793Reply To: Accessible Family Places In The West Midlands
I think that’s a real shame you both feel like that. I found this site a great help when I first got diagnosed. Not necessarily the few posts I did, but even reading other peoples.
I would like to think that regardless of the amount of responses, that people are at least using it as the great resource it still is.Jonno118ParticipantPosts: 0Joined: 08/02/2017February 5, 2023 at 12:26 pm #202796Reply To: Accessible Family Places In The West Midlands
Me too Jonno, but things do needto change.
So many love songs, so little love.
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