Client Stories

Living a musical life

We love to discover what our clients are enjoying in their lives and helping them live a fantastic life after a traumatic injury. So it was great to hear that John’s new guitar has arrived and that he’s enjoying learning how to play it.

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David’s Story – Part 2 – A Long and Winding Road that leads to the door…

We told you all about our star David, and his long and often difficult battle after a road traffic incident over 10 years ago. We are delighted to report that this week David finally got the key to the door of his new home – and we could not be more delighted!

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David’s Story

Almost ten years to the day after a terrible car accident whilst he was studying at Sheffield Hallam University, David is about to embark on his new life…..with the help of AKA.

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Steve’s Story

Hello everyone my name is Steve Rogers and I’m 23 years old. I was 18 years old and I was at University in Sheffield, when a stolen car travelling at 50mph hit me!! I don’t know what happened next until six weeks later when I became aware I was at Heartlands Hospital in Birmingham.

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Steve’s Story – Part 2

Steve is one of AKA’s stalwarts. We have been working with him for a few years now, and we want to share his annual efforts in the Knowle Fun Run.

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Kayden’s story

Watch the video to find out more about how AKA Case Management helped Kayden.

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Becky’s Story

Becky has received help and support from our team at AKA Case Management since early 2009.

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Konrad’s Story

Konrad was introduced to AKA Case Management during the latter half of 2004.

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Rachel’s Story

Before my RTA, in 1999, I’d hardly done any travelling. I’d gone to Austria and France with school, and gone to Jersey for my honeymoon, but apart from that – nothing. Then in 2001 I went to Madeira with my parents and Dan – my husband. That gave me the travel bug. Wheelchair – no problem, if I could get to Madeira I could get anywhere.

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