Month: May 2022


Caring for the Living Child While We Still Can

I’m fascinated by our collective passion for the aftermath. The tragedy. The destruction. The gory story in all its glory. The tale of death. The headline of morbidity. It’s as though, universally, we sit around, waiting, anticipating the disaster, ready and able to swoop and fix it, to pick up


An Update on our Growing Family

Each time I sit down to write I ask myself whether the content of what I share will harm or heal the individuals at the heart of the story. And whilst this generally takes the form of assessing whether the information I’m sharing takes away from the dignity of the