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Meet Anne Coyle

Anne Coyle
Anne Coyle -

Some people only see the disability, but I am a mother and grandmother. I was very active and used to play a lot of golf before having a brain haemorrhage. I found I lost my independence.

I came to the service and found it very supportive. It fills a great part of my day, otherwise I wouldn’t be doing much at home. I’d just be sitting in a chair, but I’m far too young for that.

There are a variety of activities, from photography to art. Everybody gets on with everybody else. We’re all very supportive of each other. We rally around each other.

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