Welcome to our ambassadors

If you’d like third party and impartial feedback and reviews on our products then this is the place to find out more! We have several well known and highly regarded bloggers and influencers who have tried and loved our products. They can show you the many different ways in which our products can been used and truly demonstrate how our products really will help you explore new possibilities. Here is a list of some of our fantastic ambassadors and this list is always growing as our products become more popular across the globe.

Emma Muldoon - Scotland
Emma Muldoon - Scotland
Emma Muldoon is a power wheelchair user with Limb Girdle Muscular Dystrophy. She is the founder and writer of her award winning accessible travel and disability blog, ‘Simply Emma’ where she shares her love of travel as well as highlighting the accessibility barriers disabled people face whilst travelling. Emma also uses her lived experiences to challenge public attitudes and misconceptions whilst helping create positive change for the disabled community. This is why Emma is a proud Scottish ambassador for ableMove as she is passionate about inclusion; enabling disabled people to live independent and exciting lifestyles safely and with dignity.
Claire Taggart
Claire Taggart
Claire Taggart is 26 years old and lives in Larne, Northern Ireland. Claire has been playing boccia for seven years, and has been on the Boccia UK World Class Programme for six years. Claire is currently ranked 10th globally in her classification individually, and with the team (BC1/2 Team) ranked 8th globally.

Claire has a neurological condition called dystonia, causing increased muscle tone and spasm, with contractures in all four limbs. The condition means Claire is a powerchair user, unable to stand to transfer or walk.

Manon Van Den Heuvel - Netherlands
Manon Van Den Heuvel - Netherlands
Manon van den Heuvel is a Dutch blogger and YouTuber. She blogs and creates videos about her life with a disability and hopes to inspire people with and without a disability to live life to the fullest!

When she was five years old, Manon was diagnosed with an Acquired Brain Injury after a car crash, damaging the part of the brain which deals with the mobility. Mobility controls almost all functions of the body, like movement, speech, breathing and balance. Everything in Manon’s case was a little damaged. Manon has been wheelchair bound since the crash. She also acquired a small cognitive disability, she deals with slower information transcripts, has difficulties concentrating, becomes easily overstimulated and as a result she also becomes tired quite quickly.

During her childhood Manon was determined to be able to do as much as possible. She went to a mainstream school and played with friends as well as attending regular rehabilitation therapies. She enjoyed primary and secondary school, but found it difficult to be different from the other kids sometimes.

At home Manon learned how to always have a positive attitude towards life. Because of her rehabilitation from such a young age, she developed great perseverance skills, using these everywhere she goes and with everything she does. Manon successfully completed a bachelor in Human Resource Management at a University of Applied Sciences and has previously worked as a recruitment consultant in a firm specialising in helping people with a (working) disability find employment.

Early in 2018 Manon decided to focus fulltime on her physical condition and lifestyle.

Manon now creates videos and blogs concerning life with a disability for her website and YouTube-channel. With the blogs, videos and all other social channels, she wants to inform other people how life with a disability can be. She also shares tips and tricks on how to make your life with a disability just a little easier and more fun. Manon wants to be an online-friend for other people with a disability and hopes that with her experiences she can give people inspiration, acknowledgement and support.

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