People with autism are commonly hypersensitive to their surroundings, from visual aspects to sounds and texture. Taking steps to make your home sensory-friendly will go a long way toward creating a more calm and comfortable environment. Explore our top six sensory-friendly interior design tips and ...READ MORE +
Taking the train soon? Here’s how to prepare for a stress-free journey if you have sensory processing issues. Traveling can be stressful for anyone, but it can feel almost impossible for those with sensory processing disorders. From generalised anxiety disorder to ADHD and Asperger Syndrome, there ...READ MORE +
After a long and stressful day, your bedroom should be your very own personal oasis of calm and tranquillity. However, this isn’t always the case for people with mobility disabilities. Instead, they might find that the design of their bedroom impedes their mobility -- causing them even more stress. ...READ MORE +
Haircuts are a routine activity for many of us, typically occurring every one-to-two months. While similar standard appointments such as dentist check-ups may make us feel unpleasant, it is likely that you find going to the hairdresser a relaxing and positive experience. However, this is not the ...READ MORE +
Dating is hard enough without having to worry about navigating it with a disability. But that doesn’t mean you have to give up on finding love. In fact, there are plenty of ways to make the process easier and more successful for those who are living with a physical or mental disability. Here’s what ...READ MORE +
When someone in your social circle is autistic, you might notice that sometimes they behave differently than non-autistic people. Some of these things, such as noise sensitivity, are easy to understand and easy to accommodate, but not everything they do might make sense to you. This article will go ...READ MORE +
It’s not easy to start a business, let alone as someone who lives with a disability. Yet if you’ve taken those first few steps, you’ve also taken stock of the benefits. Entrepreneurship means freedom from stifling corporate structure and its accompanying hostilities. It means you can take a full ...READ MORE +
If you're living with CPTSD, being productive while managing symptoms and healing from trauma can be challenging -- but these tips can help. Surviving childhood trauma for those with CPTSD is a major accomplishment, but this comes at a steep cost. These symptoms impact every area of life. It’s ...READ MORE +
Everyone deserves the chance to travel and see the world. There’s a lot to see and do, and the memories you make can fill you with happiness for years to come. In 2023, no disability, either mental or physical, should hold you back from the invaluable skills and experiences gained by traveling. ...READ MORE +
For most of my 51 years, I have lived with a diagnosis of anxiety. Anxiety is a condition that affects all of us differently. For me, it meant being so afraid to embarrass myself socially when I went to dances, I would sit alone the entire night. Even when girls would approach me to ask me to ...READ MORE +
Are you looking to make your business or home more accessible for everyone? Our complete guide to wheelchair ramps details everything you'll need to know and do to meet the Americans with Disabilities Act regulations -- or to design an accessible home entrance for a wheelchair user. This ...
If you need to make your home wheelchair accessible without remodeling and on a limited budget, you're in the right place! When a person has a disability that results in limited mobility, living in a wheelchair-accessible home becomes extremely important. However, most apartments and houses in ...