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The Ouch Guide to the Disabled Blogosphere

General – just good stuff

A Life on Wheels by Ross: ‘Nope, this is not a dating profile, just me and my crazy little life’

Chole Tear: ‘What it is like to be a disabled young person navigating the world of education, employment and life in general’

Four-wheeled Wonder Woman by Lucy Wood: ‘What it’s really like to be disabled in modern Britain’

Gem Turner: ‘Fashion, shoes, technology, make up, and of course talking about disability, equality and how we can all learn more (including myself)’

Hannah’s Hope by Hannah Deakin: ‘Hope keeps me going hence why 'Hannah's Hope' seemed an appropriate title for my blog!’

Katie Stanforth: ‘My blog will be filled with things from campaigning issues to my modelling career, so I hope there is something for everyone here’

Life of a Blind Girl by Holly: ‘Expect to find posts on all things visual impairment and disability, assistive technology, university, employment and a few lifestyle posts thrown in the mix, these may include concert posts, travel posts, life hacks and giving you an insight into what I’ve been up to’

Life of Pippa by Pippa Stacey: ‘Chronically ill writer and blogger, campaigner for inclusive education and employment, theatregoer and bookreader, novelty onesie enthusiast.'

Lucy Edwards: ‘Let’s break boundaries and change perceptions together – disability doesn’t ever hold you back!’

Mummying and ME by Soph: ‘I write about life with chronic illness, to not only raise awareness of these, but help those with chronic illness’

Samantha Renke: ‘Actress and disability campaigner’

Shona Louise: ‘A space for discussions around disability and a space to share my passion for theatre’

The Limping Chicken by Liam O’Dell: ‘The UK’s independently-run deaf blog and news site’

The Low Side by Daniel Moore: ‘A blog about the lows and occasional highs of living with ME (Myalgic Encephalomyelitis)’

Think In Decimals by Edith Soleen Monk: ‘Life post disability, life with MS’

Well Eye Never by Glen: ‘I post about my experiences as a disabled person, my adventures and discoveries in London and beyond, and other things that I enjoy’

Going Out, Travel and Accessibility

Attitude is Everything: ‘Improving deaf and disabled people's access to live music’

Blue Badge Style: ‘Find cool places, trusted access reviews, brilliant products and great experiences that make everyone's lives better’

Carrie-Ann Lightley: ‘Accessible travel blog sharing accessibility reviews, disability travel guides and wheelchair travel tips’

Euan’s Guide: ‘Disabled Access Reviews by disabled people for disabled people’

Jay on Life: ‘Travelling while crip’

Simply Emma: ‘Travel and disability blog focused on accessible travel and life experiences from a weelchair user’s perspective’

Stay Up Late: ‘Charity committed to promoting the rights of people with learning disabilities to live the lifestyle of their choosing’

Transport for All: ‘The organisation dedicated to championing the rights of disabled and older people to travel with freedom and independence in London’


Activity Alliance: ‘Working to make active lives possible with a vision that disabled people are active for life’

Get Inspired from the BBC: ‘How to get into disability sport’

Level Playing Field: ‘Promoting a positive, inclusive experience for disabled sports fans’

Mixed Ability Sports: ‘Our vision is to radically change the way we think of, join in and enjoy sports’


Fashioneyesta by Emily Davidson: ‘I love to use this online space to share my love of beauty and style as well as to share my advice and hacks on living with a disability’

Mr Luke Christian: ‘UK based male grooming and lifestyle blog’


Hollie-Anne Brooks: ‘Disability rights campaigner and activist’

Diversity Within Diversity

Annie Elainey: ‘Body image – gender – race – LGBTQIA+ - disability – chronic illness – mental health’

Jay on Life: ‘All Black Everything’

Wheelie Queer by Jasper: ‘Improving access to LGBT+ disabled people’

Podcasts – if you really have to listen to something else!

A Life Less Ordinary with Sophie Elwes: ‘Each episode Sophie will interview an extraordinary guest who has faced and overcome enormous challenges and adversity and is achieving incredible things in spite of what they've had to deal with’

Transport for All hosted by Katie Pennick: ‘This is a podcast about movement, progression, and change. Stories about activism, protests, and chaining mobility aids to buses. Disability rights have come a long way in the UK, and we’ll learn just how far there is to go.’