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What People Say…

“Absolutely amazing story, truly inspiring!”

S Cooke, Manchester

“We just wanted to say a massive thank you for today… You really helped everyone to reflect on their own journeys and how far they have all come as well as provided us all with a lot of inspiration. We’ve had lots of positive feedback already.”

L Forbes, HIP in Cheshire

“Thank you so much for the hidden disabilities training tonight. After you’d left the staff were still asking questions about you. They were so inspired and appreciated the messages you gave.”

K Carruthers, Head Teacher, Upton Westlea Primary School

“You should be proud of yourself, what an inspiration you are… brought tears to my eyes today watching you give such an amazing talk… and watching your story.”

J Gregory, Kegworth

“Just dropping you a line to say a MASSIVE thank you for being involved on Saturday, we have had such positive feedback and your input was so instrumental in that. Many many thanks.”

J Dixon, CEO, British Acoustic Neuroma Association

“Thanks so much for the insights and inspiration.”

L.M., Winsford

“Sara you were so good today on the webinar. Your story is amazing. What a strong disciplined woman you are. Your drive and determination to a speedy recovery despite some tough side effects is inspirational, but your quest for adventure and extreme activity at that, takes your incredible story to a level that many of us without Acoustic Neuroma will never achieve. I am in awe. Well done and thanks so much.”

K. Frampton, Sheffield

“Sara came to our AGM in October and gave an inspiring talk to members and trustees… We heard about the devastating brain tumour diagnosis in 2018 and being told that as well as hearing loss, impaired sight, and balance issues she could end up with facial palsy.

Determined to work hard on her recovery she took motivation from people telling her what she couldn’t do!

Sara did a great talk and presentation with slides and finishing with a video.

Sara wants to use her situation not only to raise funds but also to inspire school children, businesses, and other organisations. We would definitely recommend Sara to talk to your group.

Ian Skaife – Trustee of Head Injured People (HIP) in Cheshire

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