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Sarah Allely says”A brain injury left me unable to do anything ‘normal’. Then I made a discovery which changed everything”.
Sarah Allely was featured on ABC Life Matters recently. On Linked In, Jen Thompson said:
A great read that reminds us why bike helmets do matter and we should wear them – and that nature is a great healer.
WATAG agrees with Jen Thompson. Its a great article and well worth the few minutes to read it. And a reminder to all the urban planners, designers and traffic engineers of the importance of local natural environments. But most importantly, its a call to all local Council officers, consultants and Councillors to look critically at local developments and ensure they meet the needs expressed by Sarah.
A peaceful natural environment is really good for the health of everyone.
Cities and suburbs are for people, not for cars.
This article first appeared on watag.org
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