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#5in5 - Five Recovery Stories in 5 Days - Day 5 

#5in5
Five Recovery Stories in 5 Days
National Mental Health Week - May 4 - 10
Shadi             
We Want Other Families To Learn From Our Experiences

 

"There's nothing to fear." These are the words I often hear myself saying as I try to share what my experience at Ontario Shores has been like.

Simply put, it changed my life and it changed my son's life.

Shadi, my son has had a very difficult time, especially during his late teenage years. Between 19 and 21 he was really in a difficult place. He seemed devastated and was losing hope quickly. His story began when he had a severe intracranial hemorrhage caused by an aneurism at age 11. He went into a deep coma and was declared brain dead. Watching him living like that for a year was one of the most difficult things that I had to do.


Read Shadi's Story  

 

After suffering a severe intracranial hemorrhage caused by an aneurysm when he was 11, Shadi has had to rediscover his place in the world. His mother, Rima, shares his journey in our fifth and final #5in5 story on #MindVine. #5in5 - Five Recovery Stories in Five Days  

 

 
 
 
 

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