Alagille Syndrome – a mum shares her daughter’s brave experiences.

Today I spoke to another local mum named Sian whose eight year old daughter Lacey has also experienced a form of cleft lip and palate which has been challenging and a learning curve for this young family as not all disabilities are visual. It's great to learn about the various forms a cleft has and... Continue Reading →

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Mystery Blogger Award.

The Mystery Blogger award. RULES: Put the award logo/image on your blog List the rules Thank whoever nominated you and provide a link to their blog Mention the creator of the award and provide a link as well Tell your readers 3 things about yourself Nominate 10 – 20 people Notify your nominees by commenting... Continue Reading →

Interview with a ‘non binary’ brain injury survivor.

Today is the 11th March 2018, Mothers Day to some yet to others it marks a more poignant and bitter sweet day - it marked the 3 year anniversary of a long time friend of mine named Marti who is non binary - which is an umbrella term for all gender identities - who lives with his girlfriend (and pets) in the UK but even more special is he is someone who had brain surgery, limited chances of survival but despite the odds lived. He's also started to talk about his life and share himself with the world - which is both brave and incredible and in this blog post will be touching on a couple of subjects important to him.

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