With personal experience recovering from near-death whilst inflicted with multiple bodily and brain damages, I constructively adopted practical case-specific measures to overcome odds aplenty. I can inspire patients to break through psychological barriers. I became a qualified teacher 6 years after my trauma and completed my Post Graduate Diploma in Rehabilitation Services Acquired Brain Injury (ABI). Though I had little training and my right shin had to be elongated by 4.5cm, I was equipped with the wisdom and determination to complete the full marathon within 8 hours. I want to help improve the condition of my uniquely challenged comrades.
An post ABI patient's condition worsened a few months back and my fervent communication, ample association and rigorous training in lateral-movement of body as well as supported forward locomotion have successfully improved her condition quite a bit. Now, I train with her twice a week, 4 hours per session.
To help improve her hand agility, I also do hand gyration incorporated with clapping with her. I also do campfire action dance with her to spice up the training regime.
Adequate case management is the optimal consideration in rehabilitation training. I look forward to help improve the prevailing status of other uniquely challenged peers.