Sagamihara: an indication of how Japan views people with disabilities

On 26th July at 2:30 am police were called in a town in Japan called Sagamihara, Satoshi Uematsu a former worker in the Tsukui Yamayuri En (Tsukui Lily Garden) care home for people with disabilities entered and murdered 19 residents with a knife and injured numerous others. He claimed it was a mercy killing, that … More Sagamihara: an indication of how Japan views people with disabilities

Being a Support Worker

My first book is now available on Kindle, very pleased to finally have this out, you can purchase it at a very reasonable price here Being a Support Worker Based on 15 years experience working with people with Learning Disabilities, this book shows what I have learned and how this can help others.

Diving into the Deep End of a Black Lake: the risk of too much choice.

I’ve been away for a while from this blog, very busy with a new job, kickboxing training, getting a teaching qualification and lot’s of live music, but in light of recent events I was compelled to write this, hopefully I’ll find time for more in the near future. Diving into the Deep End of a … More Diving into the Deep End of a Black Lake: the risk of too much choice.