Wednesday, January 12, 2011

Webpage is up!

My webpage about my husband Don’s dreadful suffering and consequent death in May 2007 at the hands of a major hospital in Australia is up and running – parts are still under construction but enough is there for it to be viable – I have my daughter and her husband to thank for this –

As my testament was self published (needs must) I am relying on the goodwill of those I have contact with to ensure that as many people as possible are able to have access and understanding about systemic problems wrong with the Australian health care system and what it can do to families like ours who are injured by it – especially to my husband Don who was already vulnerable – having being a C5/C6 Quadriplegic since 1982.

The website is

I thank you for your help and appreciate any help you can give me in ensuring those who caused my husband’s suffering and death to be accountable and hopefully to change the public health care system in Australia so that injury and death caused by medical error will be investigated as with any other wrongful injury and death and that those accountable will be made to answer for their actions.

I would really appreciate it if you felt able to send this to all your email and blog contacts -


Andrew said...

The website is clean and professional. Well done. What about a badge that can be inserted onto people's blogs? Jayne has one here to promote a book, Fylde & Wyre Atiquarian and it can link to your website.

Shrinky said...

I'll happily display any badge on my site, Andrew is right, it's a good way to get it out there. Just off to peek in there, myself..

Middle Child said...

Andrew and Shrinky - I am more than happy if you should want to do this - any hints on how its done please

Andrew said...

I just had a look around and there is a site called Fresh Badge Generator, but you can insert a pic from your own computer, say the book cover, and link it to the new site.

FoxyMoron said...

I'll definitely link from my site too but I don't have a huge reader base these days.