This page contains a list of blogs, Youtube channels and other people who post about disabilities other than sight loss.
If you have any links you think I should add here, feel free to contact me.
My Top 5 Disability Bloggers
- Annie Segarra / Annie Elainey
Annie makes great videos on issues relating to disability, chronic illness, body image, gender, LGBT+, race, and mental health, as well as posting her own creative arts work.
- Charlotte Eades
Charlotte was a very strong, beautiful and inspirational young lady, who posted lots of great videos on Youtube documenting her life with cancer. Her family have kept those videos online since her untimely death, and have expanded the channel with further videos discussing Charlotte’s life in more detail, and have created the Charlotte’s BAG charity in her memory.
- Rikki Poynter (also on her website)
Rikki is a deaf vlogger who posts videos about deaf awareness, accessibility, mental health issues and much more.
- Shona Louise (also on Youtube)
Shona’s disability and lifestyle blog, including her campaigns for greater accessibility and inclusion, and her experiences as a powerchair user.
- Colly Of The Wobbles
Shelly, who has a heart condition and EDS, posts a variety of videos on her channel, about books, disability, body image, poetry, LGBTQ+, and other things she enjoys.
Other Disability Bloggers
- Amythest Schaber (also on her blog)
Amythest’s videos and posts about autism, neurodiversity and disability.
- Andrea Lausell (also on her website)
Andrea’s videos about living with spina bifida and other disability issues.
- Andy Signs
Andy’s videos spreading awareness of deaf culture and American Sign Language.
- Bendy Blogs
Blog by Sophie, a disability rights campaigner, about living with Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome (EDS) and Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome (POTS).
- Brains On Wheels (also on Youtube)
Ailsa’s blog about life with cerebral palsy and the things she enjoys.
- Brien Blatt
Brien’s experiences and perspectives on living with a mental illness.
- Caasi 619 (also on Youtube)
Caasi posts blogs and videos covering all sorts of topics relating to disability and various other topics.
- Captivating! Magazine
Digital lifestyle magazine designed to empower people with disabilities, created by Chelsea Nguyen from CN Vision Image Consulting and Stephanae McCoy from Bold Blind Beauty.
- Cool Breeze & Dirty Knees
Blog by Hannah, a disability campaigner and music lover, who has EDS and writes about her experiences and anything else that interests her.
- Confidence First (also on Youtube)
A blog sharing people’s stories and experiences with mental health and addiction.
- Deafie Blogger
E’s blog about her daily barriers, challenges and achievement’s as a deaf person.
- Diary Of A Disabled Person
Emma’s biographical blog about her life as a wheelchair user.
- Fashion Belle
Sophie is a disabled blogger and photographer who shares her passion for fashion.
- From Sarah Lex
Sarah’s blog about disability, beauty and lifestyle.
- Gem Turner (also on Youtube)
Gem’s blog about life as a wheelchair user and all the things she enjoys, including fashion, beauty and technology.
- Gin & Lemonade
Blog by Lorna, who has cerebral palsy, about her thoughts and experiences.
- Inside The Oyster
They say the world is your oyster, but what does that really mean? This blogger aims to find out as she shares her experiences, stories, opinions and inspirations.
- Jay On Life (also on Youtube)
Jay is a disabled blogger who promotes accessible places to visit in London and posts about the many other places she travels to all over the world.
- Jessica Out Of The Closet (also on Youtube)
Jessica, a deaf lesbian, TV presenter and producer, publishes posts and videos about disability, her travel adventures, film and food reviews, fashion and more.
Wheelchair user Landie posts vlogs and funny videos on his channel.
- Life Of An Ambitious Turtle
Fi Anderson is a mother of 2 children and has muscular dystrophy, and is a passionate campaigner and activist for disability rights, as well as writing about her lifestyle and parental experiences.
- Life Of Pippa
Pippa’s blog about living with a chronic illness, her love of books and theatre, and more.
- Life On The Slow Lane
Blog by Carrie, who has Ullrich Congenital Muscular Dystrophy, writing about her own experiences and interviewing other disabled people.
- Life on Wheels
Ross has Spinal Muscular Atrophy and blogs about his experiences and disability access.
- Living Able
Kristen’s videos giving advice, support and inspiration to other disabled people to transform their lives, and discussing her own disability experiences.
- Lucy’s Light (also on Youtube)
Lucy Watts MBE is a disability activist, charity ambassador, public speaker and blogger, raising awareness of issues affecting people with chronic illnesses.
- The Nerdy Lion
Leo’s advice on dealing with anxiety and depression, and tips on blogging.
- The One Arm Wonder
Blog by a lady with only one arm, showing that she’s still able to do what she loves.
- Paul J Ralph
Wheelchair user Paul is a keen advocate and promoter of accessibility for all, and is the founder of Disabled Access Day.
Blog by Dr Alex Lee, a PhD researcher, about her life with Hypermobile Ehlers Danlos Syndrome
- Rev. Rebecca Writes
Rebecca’s blog about disability awareness, faith, books and poetry. She’s also a staff writer for Captivating! Magazine.
- Rockin’ Random Mum (also on Youtube)
Michelle’s blog about parenting, autism, ADHD, PTSD, health and her love of music.
- Steph Weller (also on Youtube)
Steph has Spondylolisthesis and is a model, actress, singer, business owner, blogger and inspirational speaker.
- View From A Walking Frame (also on Youtube)
Nicola Golding’s blog posts and videos about her life with cerebral palsy.
- Wandering Everywhere
Amy hasn’t let Chron’s Disease stop her from travelling all over the world and exploring lots of wonderful places, as her blog proves.
Gemma’s blog about life as a wheelchair user, including trips around the UK, festivals and gigs, eating out and drinking tea, general musings and much more.
- Wonder Moms
Information and advice from 3 mothers on bringing up children with special needs.
Some disability organisations also have blogs or Youtube channels of their own, as listed below.