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The highs and lows of public transport access from a seasoned commuter

 Taken for grantedPublic transport is something we all take for granted to a certain extent and, whether disabled or not, we all need methods of getting around. As a wheelchair user however, I have to look at what level of accessibility different…See More
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The highs and lows of public transport access from a seasoned commuter

Posted by Tim Neill on May 25, 2017 at 11:43 0 Comments

 

Taken for granted

Public transport is something we all take for granted to a certain extent and, whether disabled or not, we all need methods of getting around. As a wheelchair user however, I have to look at what level of accessibility different modes of transport can offer. So what can I relate about my experiences?

 

"Just take the bus"

Probably the most easily identifiable method of public transport, my personal experience…

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TGA supporting the QEF charity’s Tryb4uFly service for airline passengers with disabilities at the 2017 Mobility Roadshow

Posted by TGA Mobility on May 18, 2017 at 10:26 0 Comments

TGA, the UK’s leading mobility scooter specialist, will be supporting the QEF charity’s Tryb4uFly service for airline passengers with disabilities…

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“Don’t you wish you could walk?” – and other attitudes I’ve encountered

Posted by Tim Neill on May 17, 2017 at 16:00 0 Comments

Coping with disability is something that every disabled person (including myself) will have to do on a daily basis. One thing all disabled people will also have to deal with throughout various points in our lives is the various attitudes that exist towards disability from an able-bodied society.

 

1. The easily identifiable/pitying

  

In terms of able-bodied attitudes (in my experience) the reaction of many able-bodied people is to immediately feel pity towards…

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Win big discounts on new Minimo Plus 4 with TGA ‘In to Win’ competition at The Mobility Roadshow

Posted by TGA Mobility on May 16, 2017 at 13:23 0 Comments

TGA, the trusted name in quality and reliable mobility scooters, will be offering the chance to win big discounts on its new folding Minimo Plus 4 by entering the TGA ‘In to Win’ scooter…

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