A Day in the Life of a Disabled Teenager

The Wheelchair Teen

I don’t usually say this but: I’ve been BOSSING it lately! I’ve been feeling positive, taking care of my body, working hard, and having the best time. So, I thought that this week I’d give you a slight peek into what my (awesome) everyday life is like as a disabled teenager.



How I Move Around the House

Here is a video demonstrating how I move around the house:

I’m quite independent when I’m at home. It didn’t happen instantly, but in the years since my family moved here, I figured out clever ways to be able to manoeuvre through the house on my own. I know all of the best surfaces to swing from and the best pieces of furniture to climb up. I can dress myself, brush my own teeth, and take myself to the toilet – which are all achievements of independence that I’m quite proud…

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