Gini Mitchell (Mobility in the wild) Founder of this project, Disabled Forest School Leader and North Downs Way Ambassador.
She has worked in support and teaching roles with Mencap and various organisations for Young Adults with Learning Disabilities and behavioural challenges. As well as experience of working with the Elderly with Dementia and Alzheimers. She has 25 years’ experience in creating community gardens, organising outdoor based activities and sharing her knowledge of plants and wildlife.
She spent much of her childhood exploring the Kent countryside on foot and on horseback and loved the circular walks she did as a family, learning about nature and the native species around us.
She is passionate about rewilding and enabling access to the natural world. Since she has become reliant on a Mobility Scooter, she has spent the past 2 years advocating for providing safe spaces and environments which are inclusive for all.
Gini is the Disabled Group Leader and Project Manager, designing a tool kit which can be replicated to other suitable locations and to others who are interested to provide accessible nature walks nationwide.
She loves to explore suitable locations around the Kent Downs and North Downs way on her Mobility Scooter.
Gini is keen to spread awareness and provide advocacy for improvements to current infrastructure and barriers to access.
Gini is a passionate advocate for improving access within the local countryside, having spent the past 2 years exploring Kent on her Mobility Scooter. She is a social media ambassador for a brand of Mobility Scooters, Public Speaker and Diverse Model so shares an increasing presence online and in publications.
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