Interview with Diana Johnson
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Dr Theo Blackmore interviewing Diana Johnson about living with Cerebral Palsy in general and in Cornwall in particular. Diana talks about growing up in the Kent and Greater London areas and attending specials schools for children with Cerebral Palsy and then going to a college for the disabled to qualify as bookkeeper. Diana also talks about working in the South East England and then Cornwall and about her work with PANIC (Proper Access Now In Cornwall), with CLASP (Cornwall Leisure Activities and Sports Players) and organising a sports weekend at Camborne School for disabled clubs from around the country. This interview was recorded as part of the 'Remembering and Reflecting' project undertaken for Disability Cornwall by Dr Theo Blackmore.
CitationTheo Blackmore, “Interview with Diana Johnson,” cornishmemory.com, accessed August 20, 2017, http://cornishmemory.com/item/DC_1_05.
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