The Board of the An Saol Foundation decided this evening to press ahead with the FABrík! Funky, cool, pure brilliance!
Pádraig today was doing really well during his physio session. He went down on a floor matt again and was working out real hard. The thing is: he enjoys it and sees that his training is paying off.
Here’s a thought and I’m not sure what you’re thinking about it:
Broadly speaking, and there is no black and white, but let’s say in general, those with a severe acquired brain injury in Germany get the treatment they need. If there is a court case that is used to decide which insurance is going to pay for that treatment.
Broadly speaking, and there is no black and white, but let’s say in general, those with a severe acquired brain injury in Ireland get the treatment they can pay for, especially if there is compensation. If there is a court case they will get the treatment they require. If there ain’t then they won’t even get a detailed rehabilitation plan, never mind the appropriate treatment.
Would you agree that this is wrong?
So we’ll change it. We’ll show how it can be done in a just, equal, caring way.