You are not a medical professional, and are putting people, including myself, in harm and being intentionally neglectful by dismissing our concerns and continuing with these compulsory assessments.
If you have not already done it, your responsibility is to read every report by the Royal Commission into Elder Abuse and Royal Commission into people with Disabilities.
Last Sunday night, I said goodbye to him again. Knowing he had to see a vet. That was all I knew. I cuddled him, then told him he can go. Thanked him for being my friend and loving me. Later I fell asleep with my hand held against his back.
I am working on a writing piece about expectations for how people with or given a disability diagnosis are supported. … More
I originally adapted this piece for Queensland Writer’s Centre’s monthly competition Right, Left, Write. I didn’t pass, but like this … More
Jesus Christ – I am soo proud of you!
Look how much energy you have got now! Sure, you’re not able to clean for three hours straight, like a few weeks ago, but you’re doing basic tasks to look after yourself.
I’m tired. Just turned off my computer again. Lying on my arm-chair. Been a very productive day at home. Just … More
Causes? Who knows? It feels like things built up one after the other. Computers and phones breaking one by one. … More
Youth Up Front Award Roma Street Parklands June 2003 “… and publishes ‘Cookies’ a street magazine that promotes the ideas … More
“You don’t care” Institutional racism and how you might judge me from my social media I have been escaping … More
Welcome to the club. Women have felt that way for centuries.