One of the authors was asked to write a personal article for the August edition of the Spinal Injuries Association magazine ‘Forward’. The article includes some images and a mention of the imminent Alternative Guide publication.
“A brilliant idea, beautifully realised and very funny” – Andy, spinal cord injured reviewer.
“I loved it. There is a depth and range to this book that belies its apparent simplicity. It manages to be informative whilst also being heartfelt & humorous.” (Dr Sophie Tegg, Principal Clinical Psychologist for the Duke of Cornwall Spinal Treatment Centre, Salisbury Foundation NHS Trust.).
“After a spinal cord injury or illness, we know that humour can help, information can help, and support can help. This book brilliantly combines all these elements. It has a role for relatives and staff also, touching on very difficult subjects with honesty and wit” – Helen Smith, Consultant Clinical Psychologist, London Spinal Cord Injury Centre.