The ‘ordinary doing the extraordinary.’
As the mother of four boys, you’d think Sally Richards has enough on her hands. But one of those boys, Jackson, is disabled, and needs full time support.
Sally could have gone the road that many do and engaged in what she terms “competitive misery” where the person most in need and most miserable gets government and disability sector support. Instead, she chose to create what she calls “a meaningful life” for Jackson.
This is her (and Jackson’s) story.