Geoff Jones recalls his experiences of education as a child with severe chronic illness Access to education is often overlooked when considering chronic illness and social exclusion. Education is particularly relevant if those affected become ill during childhood. In today’s Britain, where a university education has arguably become the norm, those becoming chronically ill during… Read more Chronic illness and social exclusion series 1: EDUCATION
Sarah Campbell asks whether chronic illness needs its own set of responses to social security, employment and social care. I have a combination of both a chronic illness and a progressive muscle condition, offering me insight into both “worlds” of invisible fluctuating illness and visible physical impairment. Some issues are extremely different while others are… Read more Accessing Support: A system geared toward physical impairments.