Friday, 15 December 2017

Saturday, 25 November 2017

A great deal.

Today something amazing happened, In the 20 something year I have in my wheelchair. never has anyone ever has asked me if I needed a hand, yes people have seen my wheelchairs chair handles and automatically pushed, but never have I ever been engaged like a human, and asked if I needed a hand.

Tuesday, 24 October 2017

My Book.

I've been working on my book, It's called simply "My Book" an autobiographer to help people understand what I have been through and why I needed to create Mightywheels to help all humans young or old with accessibility issues. We even help anyone who uses wheels because it's not the wheels we fix, it is the ground or surface areas on which we focus on getting repaired, and this benefits everyone.

Friday, 13 October 2017

I'm a do,er.

Why I don't go to ADFourm no more,
This is what I wanted to do for the ADForum I was trying to invite the West Edmonton Mall’s hotel manager over to our next meeting and (putting him/her on the hot seat) asking a number of questions, like how come 85% of hotel do not have up-to-date accessibility building codes like theirs and out of their 500 roomed hotel why are only 2 designated accessible? Most of the ADForum mouths dropped, making the manager feel uncomfortable is against the law. I turned it around commenting “Isn’t packing us handicapped people into little unsafe rooms against the law too?

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Wednesday, 11 October 2017

Mightywheels was born.

I started Mightywheels to help people who use wheels, I'm an independent advocate that's always is looking for new member with new ideas to help people, a wheel accessibility team, that will bring up and stand up for all people using wheels, accessibility for all. We'll bring attention to the poor surface area and report it to the right person, working for the city of Edmonton, so everyone can access their beautiful Edmonton. This free service can be used by anyone, parents pushing baby strollers, people using walking aids or wheelchairs like my self.
Our mission is to help bring much needed attention to difficulties people face every day. We want equal accessibility, so we can all access our beautiful city. I am hoping to raise awareness for people who struggle with accessibility each day. We'll appreciate any help that comes our way. I could not do this without my team of various helpers.

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