Shocking news – How we coped

The images of London’s Westminster Bridge after the carnage wrought by a terrorist shocked me as did the images from Berlin (Dec 2016) and Cannes (July 2016). These news reports instantly take me back to when I got a call from a surgeon asking for permission to undertake surgery on my daughter, Emily, after a traumatic event.  Shocking news but we coped……

Shocking news - How we coped

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Carers on International Women’s Day

I was invited onto the ABC 702 Drive Show to talk to Chris Bath about my caring role. Our conversation highlighted the role of carers on International Women’s Day as 70% of primary carers in Australia are women. Have a listen to our discussion.

Carers on International Women's Day

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How do appliances know it’s Christmas and die?

How did the fridge know that we had 10 people for the holidays and, in a petulant response, died? The dishwasher saw the fridge expire and joined in  – dying in a puddle of leaking suds. Merry Christmas!

Christmas

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Media as Suddenly an Everyday Carer e-book released

Great media as Suddenly an Everyday Carer e-book released –  raising awareness of spinal cord injury and carers while raising funds for SpinalCure, Project Edge.

Suddenly an Everyday Carer

Metamorphosis has always been the greatest symbol of change, read about post traumatic growth @everydaycaring

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