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KizzyKazaer

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Drawing attention to access problems
« on: 15 Nov 2021 04:54PM »
This was posted by Bulekingfisher on another long-running thread so I have decided to give the post its own thread - Bulekingfisher's idea is, I believe, to highlight the problem of access for mobility-impaired people by perhaps organising some kind of demonstration with  wheelchair/crutch users outside the buildings concerned....(do I have that right, Bule?)


 Hello Sunny Clouds


Kizzy Kazaer has asked me to tell other about my idea of having a pool of voluntry wheelchair pusher's I was thinking solider's (I'm having doubt's about the police officers after the Wayne Cozzens's rape + murder of a vulnerable woman). I think it would high light all the problem's of access + with more mixing in able bodied people society language + term's of description's should also improve + I would like feedback on these idea's from all ouch too reader's so please chip in with your view's + idea's     

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Re: Drawing attention to access problems
« Reply #1 on: 17 Nov 2021 10:25AM »
Hello Kizzy Kazzaer


YES you do have my idea correct about wheelchair's + crutch's user protesting out side every GOV'T building + myself with you + sunny cloud's out side No10 downing street

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Re: Drawing attention to access problems
« Reply #2 on: 19 Nov 2021 10:06PM »
Hello Sunny Cloud's


A way to stop a W/c pusher taking advantage of a vulnerable person we could put a TV camera on each wheelchair so the whole country would be watching them + hopefully the worry/fear would prevent them from been nasty. Another idea call the protest could be called 6W's  (We Will Win With Wheel's + Walker's )(crutch/wheeled walker)

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Re: Drawing attention to access problems
« Reply #3 on: 20 Nov 2021 10:52AM »
Hello Sunny Cloud's


My idea for the 6 W's is my own idea because I wanted a slogan to be catchy + rememberable. + I think it is

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Re: Drawing attention to access problems
« Reply #4 on: 20 Nov 2021 12:09PM »
Hello Kizzy Kazaer


I've just read in yesterday Daily Mirror about a girl from Essex who use's a wheelchair went in to a night club with her friend's but had to be escorted by 2 staff to go to the toilet in another building + the toilet was at the top of a flight of stairs so I've wrote to the newspaper telling them about Drawing Attention to Access problem's in ouch too. index + I've asked the DAILY MIRROR to support  our CAUSE. I will you any new's I might receive

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Re: Drawing attention to access problems
« Reply #5 on: 20 Nov 2021 01:34PM »
Brilliant idea Bule! I hope they get back to you.

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Re: Drawing attention to access problems
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