My work is the hours spent daily with wonderful kids and their brave parents. It’s often buckets of sweat, seas of tears, a lot of effort, sometimes despair (who is free from it?) But also huge motivation, a desire to act, an indescribable joy of progress.
It is a mixture of all emotions, starting from sadness, helplessness and confusion through hope, to joy, happiness and pride. It all happens in this small room during therapy. Does it concern me? Partially certainly – the excitement of my small patients and their parents is not an element that remains unnoticed, which does not reach me … It reaches me all right, especially the awareness of the lack of information that is extremely important for each parent – “How can I help my child?”; “What more can I do?” Many years in my profession gave me quite a lot of knowledge; I am aware that I will not save the world, but if I have an opportunity to share it with the people who really need it, then I must act. So far I have provided parents with a lot of information during therapy, but I have a feeling that it is not enough – time to take the second step and reach a wider audience. I welcome you, dear parent, patient, therapist, reader! I’m glad you are reading this and I hope you’ll stay longer here, maybe even very long. I hope that you’ll find a lot of interesting information, insights, sometimes your own thoughts. There will be rigid rules, incomprehensible chapters of books, and socially accepted rules of unclear origin. I invite you to a place where issues related to the rehabilitation of children will be explained clearly and most importantly based on practical knowledge rather than dry and worn phrases. Now, let’s get cranking! I wish you pleasant and useful reading!