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... into the river. At present the river level is often too high and flows into the storm water gulleys and therefor causing flow blockages. Stagnant water and blockages are also common throughout the towns storm gulleys and needs looking into.
Apologies for the lack of photographs to go with this months. My camera has got problems connecting but I will have a new one in 2 weeks time and will upload with this blog as soon as I can.
... and 'Sumfest'.)
Malcolm (16 years old, Quiet but
friendly, Basketball fanatic)
Gabrielle (9Years old, Anything but
quiet, very sweet, In love with Zane from 1D)
4 dogs of which one is a pet and three
security dogs,Toby (the pet and a small Terrier type dog), Zack and
Cody (Labrador, Alsation crosses) and Spike (Rottweiler, Doberman
with some pit bull in there ...
... they progress. I am able to deal with it though because I know that I made an impact on their life. It is a feeling and experience that I will cherish forever and that I hope I can achieve in my work everyday.
After we closed up stroke camp we headed to treasure beach for the afternoon. We took a small boat ride out to the Pelican Bar which is a bar built on stilts out in the middle of the water. We swam on the sand bar and had a few red stripes to celebrate the great week we ...
... We made some good progress with Cannon today on the treadmill. He doesn't like it much because it is "hard," but Brooke strapped me in to him so I could help him stand up tall and facilitate motion at his hips. We walked for a couple minutes then tried to carry it over to the ground. He did a great job but was worn out after that.
At the end of the day we had to "big up" someone. This is what Jamaicans do when they give someone a compliment so ...
... mango, and bread. Brooke gave us the run down for the week. We asked Brooke how the patients knew to come to FORU for rehab, and she told us that word of mouth is extremely powerful within the community. Normally she will hear about a patient with a stroke, and begin with a home visit. Once the patient has progressed, they can begin participating in rehab at the clinic. Only patients that can ...