Delivering a special kind of support for all

Delivering a special kind of support for all
 

When illness strikes then families need to be together, says Ann Butterfield
As A former carer and now a member of the board of trustees at a respite break charity, I am in a unique position to know first-hand the importance of high-quality respite for the growing numbers of people who find themselves in a full-time caring role.
My journey from carer to trustee started when my husband Jim was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis (MS) in 1991, just a few months after our first son was born in 1990. Jim’s MS then dominated the next 20 years of our lives. He had primary progressive MS, which is a... read more

 
1 April 2014 in Health, Views: 37
Source: Scotsman
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