Tuesday, July 29, 2014

Busy term for Harri and us all

We have had a very busy term so far, Harri now attending Corinda 5 days a week and the SGD work is well underway. Harri is at times participating in general conversations at home. As soon as the wheelchair mount arrives it will become a part of everyday use at school and at home.

We have been working with some new carers, Jeni on the school holidays and recently Saurav, Nancy and Kephas. This is making life a little more hectic at the moment, but will make life a little easier in the near future.

Bowling is still going well and Harri has made some improvements in the past 2 weeks. Bowling his best score of 190 last week was his best game in 3 months. His bowling average stands at 153.

Regards Matt

Monday, July 7, 2014

Memorable photo

We received this week the photo of Harri's QLD Cole Cup Team from the National tournament.

This included the 7 team members, coach, team manager and carers

Friday, July 4, 2014

School holidays a chance workout

The school holidays have started, and there is no plan to go away these holidays. So Harri is taking the opportunity to increase his Sporting Wheelies PT sessions. A thank you to Christian and Nathan for offering the extra PT sessions. Thanks also to Sarah and Naomi, his regular PT's, as they have loaded Harri's FES profile onto the new controller, making the sessions run smoother and more post PT sessions on the MotoMed available.

We did take the opportunity to visit Family at Kenilworth / Imbil over the weekend and help out with some jobs around the farm.

The SGD work is going well, with training commenced at the schools and an application for a wheelchair mount in place, it will only be a short wait and his communication device will go everywhere with him.

Harri's new carer Jenni is helping to extract the best out of Harri, he is working really well with her.