Articles by Martyn Sibley

We are delighted that Martyn Sibley has agreed to share some of his articles on this website.

About Martyn Sibley

Martyn Sibley
Martyn Sibley

My name is Martyn Sibley. I am a regular guy who happens to have a disability called Spinal Muscular Atrophy (SMA). This means I cannot walk, lift anything heavier than a book or shower myself. I have a Degree in Economics & a Masters in Marketing, I love travel (including an epic visit to Australia), I have great people in my life (including my soul mate), I drive my own adapted car, run my own business, have flown a plane & SCUBA dived, and live independently on earth. Read more….

Articles:

Making a House an Accessible Home

Sunny Rehabilitation at VinterSol

Tony Heaton – Activism Through Art

Phil Friend – Difference Is Your Asset

Sarah Storey – Passion and Persistence

Ignore the Fear

Poland, Health and Big Impact Projects

Accessible Adventures in Mallorca

Crazy adventures, more world changing projects, and a generally great 2016

Power 100: Who Are Britains most influential disabled people?

Personal Growth and Global Contribution

The Serendipity of Trying New Things

Purple Power

Who Cares?

The Struggle

Housing Is A Basic Need and a Human Right

Don’t Deny Your True Self

Changing the World: For Beginners

SMA Awareness Week

Visiting Homelands Trust in Scotland

Sci Fi Inclusion

Accessible Llamas in Germany

How Our Goals Evolve

Accessible Poland

Driving Through Europe with my Thumb

Hope Not Hate

Bask For All: Part One

Bask For All: Part Two

Think. Act. Pause. Learn. Repeat

Are we a step closer to 3D printing disability equipment?

Can we fight discrimination with data?

My new project Accessible Traveller

Accessible Traveller: A brand new solution to the same old problems

Accessible Travel Week: Accessible Accommodation

How To Access Air Travel: 3 Top Tips For Making Your Next Flight Less Stressful

My visit to the thermal waters of Archena Spa in Spain

Launching Accessible Travel Week

Accessible Murcia

The media and disabled people: Lonely Planet leading the way

A heartfelt post on the disability benefit cuts

I cannot believe it’s almost March. This year is flying by.

Tenerife

Cambridge

Accessible Husky Dog Sledding in Finland