- Fiona Jarvis
- United Kingdom
CEO , Blue Badge Style
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Style & disability should not be mutually exclusive
If you're disabled people assume your sense of style is no longer important e.g. disability equipment designers & manufacturers think we like 'grey' and purely functional design. They also assume we have no money to pay for premium products.
Smart, trendy places assume we don't want too visit so don't pay attention to disabled access & facilities. If they have them they are rarely shown on their websites