When Typo’s Aren’t Typo’s

The challenge I have these days with the new me is such posts take an incredible amount of time to write for processing information is as fast as watching grass grow…and no not Pilbara grass after a rainfall (those in the area know what I mean). Whilst I have many diary notes from over the […]


Between the date of my incident in April 2013 and November 2014, apart from attending work, I was devoted to attending regular medical exams under the directives of my GP in Karratha and the company that I had worked for. This was done in order to search for answers as to why I had the […]


My initial treatment was to receive the services of a Psychiatrist and a Psychologist. When my GP said that he would refer me to these specialist prior to any other rehabilitation, I was straight out shocked. Whilst I had many ailments present, I would swear black and blue that I was not going crazy. As far […]

Rehabilitation (Occupational Therapist)

Definition: Rehabilitation is a treatment or treatments designed to facilitate the process of recovery from injury, illness, or disease to as normal a condition as possible. Purpose: The purpose of rehabilitation is to restore some or all of the patients physical, sensory, and mental capabilities that were lost due to injury, illness, or disease. Rehabilitation […]

Brain Injured Moments (1)

A head-injured moment happens when you do something without enough quality control and it comes out less than perfect. Maybe you did it too quickly to get it just right. Maybe you would’ve done it better if you’d waited until the time was right, or had thought it all the way through, or had just […]

The Funny Side (2)

As I have promised myself and my family, I will celebrate success wherever possible as well as have a laugh at myself whenever I can. I was at my Brother-In-Laws house not long before Christmas and noticed that he had a sign that seemed appropriate in describing some of my Brain Injured Moments so I thought […]

Making A Difference (1)

Thank you to everybody that has followed my rehabilitation journey website and have been kind enough to share with your friends, family and work colleagues. As of the 4th January 2016, we have now reached out to 30 countries around the world with the numbers growing everyday. The emails I have been receiving from individuals, families […]

Fish Bone (1)

For those who aren’t aware, a “fishbone” diagram is otherwise called a “cause and effect” diagram or “Ishikawa” which was created by Kaoru Ishikawa (1968) that show the causes of a specific event. I studied such things when I was functioning as a normal healthy person (pre-incident) and whilst in this case I have not […]

Anger Management

Now before everyone starts misinterpreting the heading, my anger or mood swings are in no way represented in any act of violence. I felt the need to highlight this for unfortunately these days whenever we see the words anger or anger management in the media it is usually associated with a violent act. Family, friends […]

Make A Difference (2)

Thank you to everybody that continues to follow my rehabilitation journey website and have been kind enough to share with your friends, family and work colleagues. This website was launched on the 15th December 2015 which is exactly 2 months ago. Within this period, we have now reached out to 55 countries around the world with […]