Loving the ‘dead leg’ again

I was recently listening to a woman’s hour podcast, in which the photographer and author Laura Dodsworth was being interviewed along with some of the models from her most recent book. Manhood the bare reality.  The book focused on one to one interviews with men and how they felt about their body along side aContinue reading “Loving the ‘dead leg’ again”

My take on the Royal College of Occupational Therapists conference June 19th -20th 2017

What a fun, productive, motivating, challenging and tiring two days that was. I try to draw out the positives in everything but today’s blog will start with a few negative points. This was the first year, the now “Royal” college of occupational therapists held its conference in the IIC in Birmingham,  the venue is bright and modern, howeverContinue reading “My take on the Royal College of Occupational Therapists conference June 19th -20th 2017”