The Developing Foundation was established in 1978 by families seeking appropriate treatment for a loved one with brain injury or developmental disability.
07/07/2018 9:00:00 AM - 31/10/2019 5:00:00 PM
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HELP TIM ACHIEVE HIS HOPES AND DREAMS
At 23 years of age, Tim was enjoying university life in Brisbane and it seemed his future hopes and dreams were very achievable. Until he suffered a traumatic brain injury which left him on life support followed by a year in hospital. Although at the time Tim's prognosis was extremely grim, today he continues to work hard with therapy making inspirational improvements against all medical predictions.
Currently Tim doesn't receive individual funding and he needs your help to take the next giant step towards his future. He needs to pay for carers, transport, equipment, and therapy such as physio, OT, speech, music and computer skills. Tim is also keen to do some training and study to improve his employment opportunities in the future.
If we think all this is impossible, maybe we don't know Tim! Tim has already kicked a lot of goals, and he is determined to achieve more. Nobody would have ever thought these things were possible for Tim ten years ago, however our professional advice is he can do it if he has the right assistance.
Tim could never have come this far without all the wonderful kindness and generosity of friends, family and the community.
Today Tim is highly motivated towards his own recovery. He is determined to be happy, rebuild his life and enjoy his future. Tim still has hopes and dreams and your generous support will help him fulfil these dreams.
All donations made to Tim Martin via The Developing Foundation are tax deductible.
To find out how you can help Tim with his recovery in other ways contact Jenny via The Developing Foundation Inc on 07 3871 0530 or via our Contact Us
30 June 2020
Hi Tim a little donation to help with your rehab therapy. Go you good thing.
21 June 2019
20 January 2019
Good on you atom! I bet your singing is better than my tone deaf version.