One kind thing makes all the difference.

16 Sep 2022

I came across a jumper the other day. It was a picture on Instagram. There was nothing special about the jumper, it was white, no hood, no sparkle, no pockets – nothing extraordinary about it. Just a small black lettered slogan that was written across its chest, saying “In a world where you can be… View Article


“Can you hear me now?”: Bridging the digital gap between then and now

27 Feb 2022

The turning of a new year prompted a certain amount of reflection about how the past year had been and wow what a year 2021 was for me at Bridges.  For anybody that doesn’t know me, one of my roles at Bridges is to deliver a lived experience perspective in our workshops for healthcare staff…. View Article


High time to LISTEN: co-designing and evaluating self-management support with and for people living with long Covid

22 Sep 2021

It seems that not a day goes by without my twitter feed bringing up yet more worrying symptoms of long Covid, adding to the already considerable list. Only today, I chance upon a new study highlighting the extent of kidney damage wrought by the disease, shared in the midst of a flurry of anxious tweets… View Article