Steph Carfrae was born in February 1992, in Chobham, Surrey. She is a quarter Dutch. At the age of 7 years old Steph was diagnosed with a disability. By the time she was 11 years old she was confined to be in a wheelchair full time.
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My name is Khaleel al-Soubur Chima, born in Glasgow on 11th October 1990. I am Pakistani decent and part Iranian. I am the eldest out of three brothers. At nine months old, I was diagnosed with Glutaric aciduria type 1, an inherited disorder
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Hannah was well and able bodied until a sporting injury at the age of 14. She developed complex regional pain syndrome and many secondary complications, including dystonia, osteoporosis and spasms/functional neurological disorder.
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Hi, my name is Heather. I have four children with my husband of 35 years, Malcolm, three of our adult boys have varying autistic spectrum difficulties. Since having a stroke in 2007 I am also a wheelchair user myself.
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I was born in May 1977 in Perivale London and I have a younger brother. At the age of 9 I had some tests done as I was falling behind in class, and was diagnosed with a Learning Disability,
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I blog about personal finance in a disability-friendly and accessible way.
I started to get sick in my early teenage years, I was diagnosed with ME (Chronic Fatigue Syndrome) By my early 20’s became completely reliant on care,
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My names Eddie, I’m 18 and currently living in Edinburgh. I have a neurological disorder which means I use a wheelchair to get around. I am the Scottish regional representative on the board for Whizz-kidz, a major disability charity
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Victoria-Jayne graduated in 2018 in Law with a 2:1 from the Open University. After a change of direction, she is now enrolled to study her Level 3 certificate in foundation journalism with the National Council for the Training of Journalists
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Hey Guys. Essentially, I am just a crazy, hyperactive person with an insane passion for travelling ha-ha!
Growing up I never had any diagnosis. I was just labelled as all kinds of horrid things;
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I am Robert Winstanley from a sunny little town called Wigan in the north of England. Coming into the world with 7 fractured ribs and a fractured femur was just the beginning of my journey.
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Sassy Wyatt is a disability blogger, speaker and podcaster she uses these platforms to illuminate and educate the non-disabled on her personal experiences with blindness, arthritis and depression.
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