delicious thoughts for December 10th from 21:26 to 21:26:
- Khaozmediayork's Weblog – These are the people who provide some of, my son, Warwick's daytime activities. From this blog they look like a positive crew.
delicious thoughts for April 19th from 21:24 to 21:24:
- Offering a welcome for all: church accessibility guidance updated | Church of England – The issue of accessibility in church buildings was highlighted for us on Easter Sunday morning. Three wheelchair users and their friends attempted to squeeze into the single pew space created in our church building. The building may be accessible but is it useable for people with mobility problems?. Access to a building that is stacked full of fixed pews and narrow aisles isn't much use to people like my 35 year old son who require flexible spaces to enjoy many activities. Apparently there would be a full scale battle with conservation groups if an application was made to change the Victorian interior to the the building.
Perhaps this new guide from the Church of England will help them to take up the cause on behalf of those who are unable to do it for themselves.
delicious thoughts for March 29th from 19:32 to 22:49:
delicious thoughts for March 24th from 09:14 to 21:52:
- 4am Project – This is fun. A snapshot of the world at 4am on 4/4/2009. Sit your lightbox on a tripod, open your lens and capture your 4am world. Submit the images to this site and see what happens.
- The Funzi and Bodo Trust's Blog – This project was initiated by a friend of mine, Ashley Peatfield.
- Touchnote.com – your photo, your message – posted – This is much better than sending an e-card – Touchnote creates a printed card from you image and text and posts it, snail mail, to your recipient. So they have something to touch, pin up and save.
- BBC NEWS | Health | Will 'shocking' care be addressed? – As the father of a guy with learning disabilities this lack of care and treatment is quite distressing. Specialist 'learning disability' health teams should be introduced. It's not enough to say it's impractical or expensive – it's not as if we don't know the people with learning disabilities exist.