Accommodation Synapse Options Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Support Training Client Services Research and Development Our Staff Research Projects Research and Development Enquiry Form Publications Publication Archive Poster Archive Personal Stories Lisa Cox Julian Saavedra Belinda Adams Aimee Malcolm Julie Clark Cheryl Koenig - It Takes a Village to Raise a Child Donna Sanderson David Trahair - Pave Brave Challenge Casey Thompson - Paint 'em Pink Emily Chan David FitzGerald Sandy "Unplugged" Karen "Unplugged" Shannan "Unplugged" Deb "Unplugged" Battling with Fatigue Beating the Bottle On Becoming Self Aware Brain Healing Challenges of a Carer Joel Campbell Coping with Behaviours Getting Back To Work Healing the Bitterness Ingredients for Recovery Missing In Action My Brother John No Sense of Direction Not Knowing the Worst Part Road to Recovery Shuffle the Cards Stick to it My Boy Kristyn Rourke eConnect Spanish Publications National Disability Insurance Scheme Deb "Unplugged" I had my accident 30 years ago. I was 22, coming home from work at Dreamworld and I crossed the Gold Coast Highway. I woke up in the hospital three weeks later. I seem to have trouble joining in with other people, that's why STEPS (Skills to Enable People and Communities Support Group) is important. I am now going to try and find out from Centrelink if there is any course I can do. This image was taken by Lynette Letic as part of a university photography project. You can view all of Lynette's portraits and accompanying stories in Bridge - Maximising Recovery (2013) or visit her website here.