Everyday Caring – a can do story…..

Caring is an integral part of life, whether it be for a child, parent, partner or friend. As a carer I maintain a can do attitude which basically translates into everyday caring – a can do story…..

Everyday Caring - a can do story.....

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Everyday Caring Update

Technology has advanced since Emily’s accident in 2012 with social media sites growing so popular that it is difficult to keep up with all the Instagram, Facebook and Twitter ‘feeds’.  While advocating for resources online I now have to be mindful in regard to the volume and validity of information. Here’s my Everyday Caring update…..

Everyday Caring Update

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NDIS What’s reasonable

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Odds of injury?

We are more likely to die from heart disease than at the hands of terrorists. Everyday fate can suddenly change our lives inexplicably however in my experience tragedy revealed enormous inner strength and resilience.

Odds of Injury?

We should live our lives fully not in fear of catastrophe but what are the real odds of injury?

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Further education after SCI

Emily has endeavoured to up-skill herself since her accident in 2012. Emily readily admits that she always wanted to continue her studies. So the process started as she fulfilled a prerequisite course prior to applying for a post-graduate diploma in psychology. Several years on as a graduate of psychology she considered her options – pivotal to her decision was the goal of working in a team with opportunities and variety – leading Emily to choose a Masters of Social Work. 

Further education after SCI

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Raise tables and awareness

Emily and I were at a restaurant recently where the table-top was too low, it didn’t allow Emily’s powered wheelchair to get underneath. Four blocks of wood can solve this problem immediately, lifting the table up and making it accessible in an easy fix ….so let’s raise tables and awareness.

Raise tables and awareness

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Suddenly an Everyday Carer

Highly personal, honest, compelling and readable, Suddenly an Everyday Carer will make you laugh and cry but it’s also a valuable tool and resource full of down-to-earth practical advice and links for anyone living through a trauma.

Suddenly an Everyday Carer

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Emily bought a kitten!

I set out to blog about balancing life as a carer for Emily after her spinal cord injury. Having worked hard to engender self-worth and purpose into Emily – facilitating her choices and furthering her opportunities I could hardly deny her a companion cat! So Emily bought a kitten!

Emily bought a kitten

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