A spinal cord injury can make the daunting task of dating seem even more overwhelming. Fortunately, DANIE BREEDT has some advice on how best to approach a romantic relationship Dating is hard enough at the best of times. After a spinal cord injury, insecurities about body image and doubts about […]
It is important to get some sunshine daily for the hormones, vitamins and circadian rhythm. But, you need to do so responsibly. JOY DUFFIELD provides some insights We are so blessed to live in sunny South Africa where we have sun all year round! The sunshine stimulates our happy hormone, serotonin. […]
In the final article of the series, EMMA MCKINNEY investigates the forms that teachers need to complete to access support for learners Our final article in the series, relating to integrating children with disabilities into inclusive classrooms in mainstream schools, focusses on the second stage of the Department of Educations’ […]
In January, Rolling Inspiration hosted its second webinar. The aim of the event was to promote Issue 4 of 2020, provide readers with even more information, and offer an opportunity for the audience to directly engage with the contributors and advertisers in the magazine. The free-to-attend, full-day webinar boasted 10 […]
Issue 1 2021 is available to view as an Ebook or to download in pdf format. Click here to download in pdf format.
In the first issue of 2021, we introduce INMED South Africa on its Aquaponics system, which combines fish farming with hydroponic farming. The system has empowered small scale farmers – many of whom are people with disabilities – to reap a bigger harvest and empower their communities. Mary Mkithika, a […]