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Suddenly an Everyday Carer – coping strategies for an unexpected role. Promoting resilience after trauma.

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“Suddenly an Everyday Carer”  Buy Now 

I have witnessed the resilience needed to rehabilitate home after trauma. Read how I worked jointly with my daughter, Emily, to expedite her return to society as a wheelchair user, a differently-abled person with enormous potential seeking opportunity and choice.

Everyday Caring – Advocacy and Access 

There shouldn’t be any discrepancy regarding differently-abled people or carers in society so until there is equality, accessibility, opportunity and choice I will advocate for more inclusion. Read more...

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4 thoughts on “Home

  1. Hey, very nice site. I came across this on Google, and I am stoked that I did. I will definitely be coming back here more often. Wish I could add to the conversation and bring a bit more to the table, but am just taking in as much info as I can at the moment. Thanks for sharing.
    Travel Wheelchair

    Keep Posting:)

    • Thanks for your kind comments. I write to promote healthy carers and wheelchair users.
      Hope to hear from you again soon!

      🙂

  2. Hi Rachel,I guess amongst the millions of questions that I could have, how do you start to figure out care. I guess I just really would like hear from someone that has unfortunately been through this. I appreciate any help or advise you would be willing to provide.

    • Dear Kelly
      My book – Suddenly an Everyday Carer – addresses some of your concerns. Sounds like your mom has a caring daughter …
      Follow me on Instagram @everydaycaring for positive supportive writing or Facebook @everydaycaring but keep in touch…
      Rachel

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