A refreshing, stylish, light-hearted yet true-to-life approach to disability.
Using personal experience as the foundation, Hannah Ensor's stickmen products - stickers, keyring cards, books and more - help tell the reality of a differently normal life without a trace of pity.
"So many things relating to disability seem aimed at people with no sense of style or humour. Afraid to admit difference - or totally boring about it."
"Let's face it, life with disability is full of humour, where conventionality is a myth, political correctness is an accident, difference is normal and life is eternally absurd."
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Jessica Kingsley Publishing
Independent publishers of accessible books that make a difference. Recognised as the leading publisher on Autism and Asperger syndrome, they publish in a range of areas including social work, education and arts therapies. Their books are for parents, professionals, academics and the general reader.
Jane Owen-Pam, former Welfare Rights Co-ordinator at The National Autistic Society, has written an article providing information to help professionals support autistic people and their carers when applying for Personal Independence Payment. It includes guidance on how to challenge the Department of Work and Pensions' decision as well as how to appeal. Carers may also find this advice helpful. Please find a copy of the article here.