The Reality of Functional Neurological Disorder – Guest Post by Alison

Alison’s guest post is the 53rd post in the segment on my blog, called “The Reality Of…” which gives others the ability to share their story and raise awareness of the disabilities, illnesses, impairments and invisible illnesses that they have. Meet Alison Hi, I’m Alison Hayes, and I’m from Union Beach, New Jersey, USA. My […]

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The Reality of Periodic Paralysis & IBS – Guest Post by Morgan

Morgan’s guest post is the 51st post in the segment on my blog, called “The Reality Of…” which gives others the ability to share their story and raise awareness of the disabilities, illnesses, impairments and invisible illnesses that they have. Meet Morgan! Hi! My name is Morgan, I am 24 and I am from Charlotte, […]

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The Reality of Arthrogryposis Multiplex Congenita – Guest Post by Nikole

Nikole’s guest post is the 49th post in the segment on my blog, called “The Reality Of…” which gives others the ability to share their story and raise awareness of the disabilities, illnesses, impairments and invisible illnesses that they have. Meet Nikole! Hello readers, I’m Nikole! I’m a 28-year-old blogger from the eastern shore of […]

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The Reality of Multiple Chronic Illnesses – Guest Post by Caz

Caz’s guest post is the 48th post in the segment on my blog, called “The Reality Of…” which gives others the ability to share their story and raise awareness of the disabilities, illnesses, impairments and invisible illnesses that they have. Meet Caz! I’m Carol, but I go by Caz. It causes problems when cashing cheques […]

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The Reality of Aniridia & Nystagmus – Guest Post by Glen

Glen’s guest post is the 47th post in the segment on my blog, called “The Reality Of…” which gives others the ability to share their story and raise awareness of the disabilities, illnesses, impairments and invisible illnesses that they have. Meet Glen! Hi! My name is Glen, I’m 36 years old, and I’ve been living […]

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NNUH For Me Campaign

*I am not involved with this campaign, nor being paid or gifted for sharing this. I’m sharing this to reach more people. All views are my own. Chelsea, from Norfolk, has created a campaign via Scope for Change. She is campaigning for more disability training for staff, at Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital, which will […]

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The Reality of Cerebral Palsy – Guest Post by Carrie-Ann

Carrie-Ann’s guest post is the 46th post in the segment on my blog, called “The Reality Of…” which gives others the ability to share their story and raise awareness of the disabilities, illnesses, impairments and invisible illnesses that they have. Meet Carrie-Ann! Carrie-Ann Lightley is an acclaimed accessible travel blogger, sharing reviews, guides and expert […]

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