It’s almost like the argument – what comes first, the chicken or the egg?
I once got into a disagreement with another parent over depression. Depression is incredibly common in parents of children with disabilities. The disagreement centred on whether the depression was organic or situational. Whether it’s because of a…Read More Post a comment (0)
A long time ago on a planet far, far away, I was a lawyer in training. At the time, it was called articles of clerkship.
Articles of Clerkship no longer exist in Queensland and haven’t for quite a few years now.
Not content to do things the easy way, I did five year…Read More Post a comment (0)
Never work with kids or animals.
Especially my kids.
So, I’ve done this video to show how we adapt a burpee so that Moo can participate in Crossfit Kids (adapting for cerebral palsy). There are many ways that a person or child can participate as an adaptive athlete. This is just one…Read More Post a comment (2)
The only limits you have are the limits you believe.
Only that’s not exactly true. Moo can’t walk. Though maybe one day he will with the exo skeleton. However, we have to keep his body relatively intact for it to be an option and that’s not as easy as it sounds. Technology…Read More Post a comment (0)
A wheelchair can make the ability for physical contact between a mother and child difficult, save for personal cares.
It makes cuddles without it even more precious.
Moo was lying in our bed, just about to go to sleep (he sleeps for the first part of the night in our bed while…Read More Post a comment (1)