When death comes knocking at your door on some idle Tuesday afternoon.

At 32 and a mum of young children you shouldn’t be at a funeral directors choosing what clothes to bury your husband in or standing in a room of caskets deciding which to buy to lay him to rest in. This is my story of how I came to be in this moment and my journey with grief. I hope one day if my kids ever want to know more detail about what happened they read this. This is also for them. Who knows when or if the time will ever be right for them to read this.

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What I know about women living with disabilities from my experience working in a public maternity hospital – The statistics!

It is estimated that about one billion people globally (15% of the world's population) live with a disability. The 2015 Australian Bureau of statistics (ABS ) report estimated that there are 4.3 million people living with disability in Australia. The survey indicated that just under 18.6% of all females in Australia live with a disability.... Continue Reading →

Considerations for Health Professionals Caring for Pregnant Women Living with a Disability.

I commenced my training in General Nursing in 1983 and have been a Registered Nurse since completing my course in 1986 and a Registered Midwife for the past 30 years as well. I gained many years experience in emergency nursing and then moved my focus to maternity care for women living with a disability for... Continue Reading →

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