My Care Story Ep 2

Kay Smith lives with Lupus, an autoimmune disease which means palliative care for Kay. In this interview, Kay talks frankly about her life, how the discovery of virtual reality technology eases her pain and why she is determined to live her life to the full while helping others through her campaigning and the positive sharing of her experience. To find out more about how technology can help in easing pain, visit VR Doctors on Facebook.

My Care Story Ep 22018-12-17T18:19:53+00:00

To papoose or not to papoose?

Dr Suzanne Zeedyk explores the benefits of the use of a papoose (or similar object) to ensure children are feeling safe and protected. Suzanne also discusses why the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, Harry and Meghan have a critical role to play for parents and carers across the UK.

To papoose or not to papoose?2018-12-17T18:24:54+00:00

My Care Story Ep 1

In this programme, Gary speaks to Alison Carr who talks about her son Fraser in ‘My Care Story’. Fraser was nine years old when he contracted encephalitis, a rare but serious inflammation of the brain usually caused by a virus. Alison talks openly about her family’s struggle and gives her views on funding for Carers and the testing of her personal resilience.

My Care Story Ep 12018-12-17T18:25:08+00:00