10 things to do when organising a concert

28 January 2020

Raise your hands those of you with some mobility impairment, if you have been to a concert or public event and everything went smoothly from …

Pepitosa and the Capitals of Culture: The “wheelchair guides”

10 December 2019

A journey is formed of the set of small steps we take to reach our destination. Finding our way around the maze of accessible tourism …


29 October 2019

The world of education should be evolving at full speed to take account of all the niches that form it and make it a highly …

Five ways to get along with a wheelchair

30 September 2019

Five ways to get along with a wheelchair Sitting up straight, knees bent, like a monarch on a throne, which sometimes feels like a fakir’s …

The myth of being a hero with no powers

6 September 2019

Many people view the disabled as slightly mythological figures, a strange genetic combination between an animal, a human and a divinity. We are viewed as …

Influencers in the world of disability: just a fad?

16 July 2019

Are influencers just a fad or are they useful in deploying a more informed method of communication? Influencers are, first and foremost, people who use …

I collect mishaps that become gifts

4 June 2019

Writing about your own life is a nostalgic journey back in time, it is rubbing salt into old wounds, it is music that brings back …

Simply taking part is not enough in the pursuit of happiness

30 April 2019

The pursuit of happiness is not just a tearjerker film starring Will Smith, but an obstacle course that each of us deserves to take, because …

Give us the fairy godmother to be fashionable

15 January 2019

Fashion is the art of expressing your personality through your clothes, to the extent that, frequently, “you are what you wear”. Our clothes express who we are and how we feel and, through shapes and colour combinations, complete our person.

Ableism disables us as human beings

4 October 2018

A new word to add to the book of good manners, in order to understand it, but not repeat it. And pass it on, in order to vanquish the virus of ableism.