[New article] Accessibility and Permission – Verbal Remedy

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After an extended absence, I am pleased to announce that Verbal Remedy have published a third article of mine.

‘The concepts of accessibility and permission are inextricably linked. When a person living with any form of impairment or difference first has to make contact to ensure that they will be able to access an event or attraction, they are seeking permission to exist in that space…’

 

You can read the full piece here.

 

New article: ‘The Lost Art of Listening’ [Verbal Remedy]

It has been too long since I last wrote here, but I am delighted to announce the publication of my latest article, ‘The Lost Art of Listening’ by Verbal Remedy.

 

We find ourselves now in a world whose citizens have forgotten how to listen. Minutes, hours and days slip by as we convince ourselves that we’re taking it all on board. It’s easier than ever to glaze over, in a world where smart phones and other technologies offer the possibility of escape from the vital experience of connecting with one another.

You can read the whole piece, and share your thoughts on the Verbal Remedy article itself.