Well, it's been a lifesaver.
Fantastic. It really is, all right, but it made me a different person, and not in any way, but I'm a different person. I see life differently, now.
I can't praise them enough. I mean, they've supplied us with pathways, with rails, with equipment so he can shower himself. You've got a backup team. If you've got a problem, you've got someone to talk to. You're not on your own. He couldn't even sit up straight. He was sitting at a tilt and thought he was upright. His balance had gone completely. He couldn't remember anything, as far as numbers or writing or reading or just basic things. Couldn't feed himself properly. Couldn't walk. And all I was told, by the surgeon, all I could hope for was a nursing home. And that was it. It was a question of nappies and lying on a bed.
Now, he's walking. He's talking, sometimes too much. No, but seriously, I've got him back, and I couldn't have him back. I've got brilliant [inaudible 00:01:32] teeth. I've got brilliant physio. But more important, like I said before, I've got a backup of experts, and that's what's important. You're not on your own.