Whizz-Kidz is working to transform the lives of young wheelchair users in the UK. Our blogs feature the personal stories and opinions of some of the brilliant people helping us to do this – our supporters, healthcare professionals, staff and (most importantly) the young people we work with.
Anne decided to run the London marathon on behalf of Whizz-Kidz for the first time ever. It was a day of ups and downs, laughs and frowns, but she had such a good time she is already thinking about her next marathon.
We are celebrating International Women's Day. A day to recognise women and girls all around the world! We believe they should support each other, believe in each other & uplift each other, whilst speaking up for rights & gender equality for all. Read what two of our young wheelchair users had to say about navigating society as a young woman in a wheelchair.
As Student Volunteering Week 2018 comes to an end, we look at some of the benefits of choosing to volunteer at a organisation such as Whizz-Kidz
From ignorant comments to lame jokes, young wheelchair users have heard it all before - even from their own dates! So below are some tips for non-disabled people on how to approach dating a wheelchair user