Everyday Caring involves inventing ‘stuff’ needed as you adapt to lifestyle changes and personal development. Here are my Everyday Caring top tips for discrete lifestyle designs. All you need is velcro and lots of it!
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…..
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.
We should live our lives fully not in fear of catastrophe but what are the real odds of injury?
I met my cycling group this weekend which included a member returning from an injury. She complimented us all on our robust good health. What happened next astonished me!
After Emily’s accident I had to focus on my unexpected role as an informal carer but what’s the motivation to persevere and why advocate?
Having initially been delighted with the ideology of client centred funding, our experience is revealing the NDIS is atrocious in it’s bureaucracy.
The spotlight was on accessible Sydney – luxury resort Sargood on Collaroy – newly built for people living with spinal injury. The Channel 9, Today show, filmed throughout the accessible accommodation interviewing residents and staff at this fabulous resource. Emily talked to Sylvia Jeffreys. Link below to the Today show….
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!