In a world where you can buy kitchen utensils in any colour under the sun, travel mugs in a range of sizes, shapes and colours, and rugs with pictures of your pet on, it seems bizarre that you can’t get accessibility aids to match your taste - lack of imagination from designers? Or a lack of respect for the needs of the user?
Abi Jenkins is an Entrepreneur, mum, and champion of equality and author of Get Unstuck. Recently awarded a place in the Top 100 Businesswomen in Wales List, she is passionate about doing things differently, building values based businesses and helping people to achieve their goals.
Abi studied at the University of Wales Trinity Saint David and has a Foundation Degree in Body Language, Psychology and Philosophy, a BA Honours in Philosophy, and a post graduate degree in Business; Leadership and Management. Abi is also an NLP Practitioner and a former columnist for a series of newspapers.
Abi started Rails Direct out of a desire to offer choice to people and to create items for the home that meet peoples needs rather than people needing to adapt to meet the limited products on the market.
You can read more about Rails Directs philosophy on their website www.Railsdirect.co.uk