Living With Care: The Good, The Bad and The Hilarious

As a disabled person who receives 24-hour care in an independent setting, I have seen my fair share of incidents within the care industry, some good, some bad and some downright hilarious. With roughly 2.1 million people needing some sort of care service in Britain and the drastic cuts that the government has made toContinue reading “Living With Care: The Good, The Bad and The Hilarious”

What Istanbul means to me

In life everybody talks about that one life-changing moment, a moment where time stands still, everything slows down and in that one moment, you realise your life has completely changed, whether that’s for the better or for the worst everybody has these moments in their life. For me, that moment came on the 25th ofContinue reading “What Istanbul means to me”

Wheelchairs in Mosques

Growing up as a devoted Muslim in an Islamic household you would’ve thought that attending the mosque would’ve been one of the more easier activities I had to do as a child. The mosque is not just a place of worship for Muslims but it’s also the central hub of the Muslim community and aContinue reading “Wheelchairs in Mosques”