Today’s post came from Jenny Ralls, Clinical Specialist working with RehabWorks in Bury St. Edmunds, UK.Enjoying learning about this idea which I have never conceptualised before. Presumably when extrapolated we all become ‘disabled’ in some way? For example, colleagues without the confidence to Tweet or ‘Link-in / Facebook’ become network disabled. Living in a very rural community, reliance on my car or bicycle to reach local amenities makes me geographically disabled. Ignorance or apathy regarding casting a vote makes one politically disabled. Or rather, not disabled, but just with a different view and perspective on life and its demands. Which brings me back to connectivity being a very inclusive model of how everyone views the other in any situation. But on the other hand, surely the above examples are arguably choices made by individuals regarding the way they connect with the world whereas many people who have medical, physical, or physiological differences have less choice and are forced by circumstance into connecting differently? Does that matter? That is where my current thread ends – will top up the caffeine / cake and think on.