Links

Bedbound Bloggers

Housebound Bloggers

  • Beyond Meds
    Psychiatric drug withdrawal and alternatives to medications
  • Chronicville
    Rebecca Stanfel has neurosarcoidosis which leaves her homebound and often bedbound.
  • Having A Unique Family
    Life is not easy. Especially when you are in a family of invisible illnesses and disabilities. But it can be funny and we still have to make it. Just like everyone else. We just do it in a different style.
  • Laura Dunks: Raising awareness of M.E.
    Laura Dunks is 22 and has severe ME/CFS.
  • RachelCreative
    Discovering the Artist Inside

Other Sites

  • ATMac
    Apple products with a slant towards disability
  • iTalk Magazine
    Information and tutorials for iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad beginners
  • No Pity City
    The best disability-related and motivational stuff in the galaxy!
  • Not Done Living!
    Ricky’s personal website.

Relevant Resources

  • Active Gray Matter
    Active Gray Matter is a community designed by and for people with disabling or chronic conditions. Connect with people who share your passion for economic independence through self-employment or career development.
  • But You Don’t Look Sick!
    ButYouDontLookSick.com magazine is about living life to the fullest with any disability, invisible disease, or chronic pain.
  • Chronic Babe
    ChronicBabe offers hundreds of resources designed to help you keep on being a Babe, even with chronic illness.
  • GimpGirl
    Community is the spirit of GimpGirl. We have been supporting the pride and self-esteem of our fellow women with disabilities since 1998, and have no thought of stopping anytime soon. We also invite our current partners and academics to join in!
  • Holidays From Home
    Holidays From Home is a voluntary organisation which provides virtual holidays for people who are unable to travel due to illness, age or disability. The health problems may be your own or someone you care for. Virtual holidays allow experiences of the wo
  • Not Just Work
    Exploring relationships between people with disabilities and attendant carers
  • Severe ME/CFS: A Guide to Living
    A book providing information to severe ME/CFS sufferers and those caring for them.
  • Stone Bird
    The lived experience of severe Myalgic Encephalomyelitis (ME).

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