Friday, 14 October 2016

My blog.

Hi, my names Tim Parnett, I'm an independent advocate with a team of various helper, just trying to help people who use wheels, I created Canada's first wheel accessibility team. We stand up for everyone, we bring attention to problem area's in your community, so everyone can access this beautiful city. 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 the struggles that people with wheels face everyday. We'll appreciate any help that comes our way.
A wheel accessibility team to help all people who use wheels.

1 comment:

  1. There's a McDonald's on 109 Street and 86 Ave thats not very accessable. I had difficulty getting in when I was on crutches and if I went when using a cane, I imagine I'd run into the same problem.

    There are a number of places on 109 street in the university/garneau area that aren't very accessable and thats disappointing.