Blue Badge Style Signs-Up The Hoxton Hotel for Pictorial Access Descriptions Inclusive Hotel Brings Disability Facilities to Life Online Press release London, 26 February 2013, Blue Badge Style, the first app and website guide to a stylish lifestyle for the less-physically-able, has signed-up the award-winning Hoxton Hotel for its first Pictorial Access Description (PAD). The…

Happy New Year to all our readers and subscribers. We have some exciting things coming in 2013. The first is a series of articles by Team GB Paralympians  on their respective sports and how they got started. From Archery to Wheelchair Rugby to Sitting Volleyball and starting with Susie Rodgers (@Susie_Rodgers) a Paralympian swimmer who describes swimming a…

I think Disability Equipment manufacturers are missing a trick – we want our equipment to look good and ‘on trend’ in design terms. Most think we want to live with equipment designed in the 70’s. Robin Levien, Director of Studio Levien a respected Product Designer had this to say on Disability Equipment: “I do agree…

I am a lucky Londoner. I managed to get my hands on tickets for two Olympic events. As a wheelchair user, it is even more fortunate that the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympics Games are set to be the ‘most accessible yet’ according to Transport For London (TFL). However, after testing out my route from…