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2019 End Of Year News

Looking back at 2019 so far.. Wow - I cant believe its already nearly Christmas 2019! This year has certainly passed by quickly. It's been filled with so many opportunities, personally and professionally. Once again, I am so grateful for the opportunities I've been...

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Cheers – Acknowledge & Celebrate!

Stopping to celebrate and acknowledge achieving a mini milestone is so important but often hard. Especially when what you’ve achieved is seemingly simple or normal for many! But vital to sustain our motivation & simultaneously educate those around us re the...

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Let Fear Fuel Possibility

Relearning to walk has become a constant battle for me. Despite bi-weekly stints at Epworth Rehabilitation, balancing whilst moving and co-ordinating my limbs still remains so difficult. However, since my regular sessions I have experienced definite physical and...

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The Truth about Hidden Disabilities

Sure, I have glasses, a limp and a walking frame. I even have an ataxic tremor and a speech impediment. Whilst these are daily difficulties I experience, it’s the ‘invisible’ side-effects like my pain, fatigue and visual issues that are harder to contend with. Because...

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Injecting Diversity into the Workplace!

As a full-time occupational therapist, when I survived a stroke at 24 years of age, I naively assumed that my degree, motivation and newfound insight as both a patient and therapist would be a synch. But I never imagined the barriers that I would encounter in this...

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What do you do with SPACE?

What do you do with SPACE? When you have a free spot in your day or a sudden appointment cancellation, do you keep it free? If you see an empty space in your suitcase, you seem to fill it up. Right? (or am I alone here?) We live in a society that rewards this...

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Shiners & your mindset!

I woke this morning with a “shiner” – my right eye quite bruised. After multiple facial injections midweek to improve the symmetry and function in my face, a purple ugly bruise emerged - visual proof that the facial pain and discomfort I’d been experiencing this week...

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Frogs legs & hot air balloon rides

When your friend orders frogs legs how do you react? It’s a new experience for you, totally out of your comfort zone, right? For many (me included) the thought of munching on a reptile’s limb makes one feel a bit squeamish. I automatically conjure up negative feelings...

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Do Rails Equal Accessibility?

I ring a hotel to book accessible accommodation for an upcoming event. I explain my needs and confirm with the frontline customer service staff member that they have accessible rooms available. Continuing with this booking, 15 minutes later I was transferred to the...

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Adjusting YOUR Sails

How do you respond to change? Today in yoga, as my pain and fatigue weren’t great, i planned to hold onto the trusty wall to modify my practice. However, spots in that position were taken, forcing me to roll out my mat in the front row and hugely adapt my postures....

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