Love – Loss – Life, a play put on by students of the School of Nursing at DCU and RythmRoomDubin working with disabled (enabled?) actors, was Pádraig’s highlight today. He went up to DCU for a lunch time performance in the famous Helix Theatre and enjoyed not just a really good play, but also witnessed the proof (if that was needed) that there are things we all have to deal with in our own way: love, loss, life.

My take away was one of the last sentences in the play: “Hearts were made to beat, not to be broken”.

Some good news on a different ‘front’: Later in the week, I will meet with a senior legal expert to explore in a very informal way how the rights of survivors of severe acquired brain injury can best be reclaimed.