Category Archives: Accessibility

A New Era for Chefs and Catering Through Hearth

Hearth provides a clear and simple definition of what human nutrition is and how we, as a species, access it best. It is not ‘one-size-fits-all’ as has been assumed. A one size fits all approach is saying one diet is … Continue reading

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What to Do if Your Learning Style is Not Catered For

Since the 1990s, when I was taking my art degree, I noticed how many English higher education establishments were very academic-centric. My various artistic friends attended free art colleges in London, Bristol and the south coast (Bishop’s Otter, Dartington etc) … Continue reading

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Universal Language and the Visual Mind

What is the first thing that springs to mind if I mention ‘universal language’? For me it is sign language, although sadly, that turns out to be not the case. To me that is one big missed opportunity. The other … Continue reading

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