Osayuki Igbinoa is collecting stories of those who have experienced inaccessible work places, as part of the ‘Scope for Change’ campaign. She will be sharing stories as part of her campaign ACCESS FOR WORKPLACES. If you would like to share a story, please email:
Or tweet at:
“Hello, my name is Osayuki. I’m 20 years old and I’m a third year pharmacy student at Kingston University. I’m a double amputee above the knees. I use prosthetic legs and my wheelchair for support.
I’m fortunate to be part of the ‘Scope for Change’ 6 month programme with the disability charity SCOPE. I have chosen to campaign for disabled people in workplaces, especially step free access and disabled toilets. I will be campaigning for better attitudes/treatment towards disabled employees and candidates.”
“If you are disabled, or have any disabled friends or relatives and would like to share your story for this campaign, please email me as shown above, or: