Emma Flin, a story of hope.
David Chennells had an arteriovenous malformation (AVM) which ruptured whilst he was cycling to work and caused a subarachnoid haemorrhage. David was 26 when this happened. Despite this, David is an inspiration to us all in his determination and motivation to keep going and to keep moving.
‘But we are all survivors, and by sharing our stories and listening to the stories of others, the more we realise that we are part of something. Everyone is different, but still we belong. In a way, that is the beauty of life. Did I get too poetic there?’
In this revealing and inspiring interview, Hello Magazine's ‘Mumpreneur of the year 2018’ Jo Tutchener-Sharp talks about surviving a brain haemorrhage three years ago and the hugely positive project that arose from her time in hospital
After surviving her subarachnoid haemorrhage, Julie found support and information from the Brain & Spine Foundation