A carers story
My story is about being a carer for my daughter with ABI, Acquired Brain Injury.
It goes without saying her altered life was not to her liking at a time when she should have expected “the world”.
From having to re learn all over, from breathing, swallowing, remembering, speaking, to ultimately walking. When the outward appearance is “normal” it is more difficult to see the hurt from within.
Have the patience to allow negative moments, and foster positive ones when the time is right.
In the roller-coaster of life it can be difficult to always look on the bright side. However the “job “ of caring is extremely rewarding .
Sally, Wagga Wagga