HOPE

You never know how strong you are until being strong is your only choice

ABOUT

Nicole Yeates

author • rehabilitation counsellor • mediator • survivor

Nicole studied Rehabilitation Counselling at Griffith University, and graduated in 2005.  Since that time, she has worked in the occupational rehabilitation industry. She is also an accredited Mediator. Today she works as a Rehabilitation Consultant, assisting people with physical and psychological injuries through the rehabilitation process and toward suitable employment.

Nicole believes maximal healing from brain injury is about much more than anatomy and physiology, and Holding On To Hope has been set up to assist others to reach their highest potential.

A severe Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) at age 16 changed Nicole’s life forever.  Medical opinion did not offer much hope, with a 30% chance of survival, and predictions of survival meaning a life in a vegetative state or, at best, relegated to a sheltered workshop.  Such negativity can become overwhelming, can make a person stop trying or lose hope for a positive future life.  Nicole used that negativity as a passionate motivator to ‘prove those Doctors wrong!

ABOUT

Nicole Yeates

author • rehabilitation counsellor • mediator • survivor

A severe Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) at age 16 changed Nicole’s life forever.  Medical opinion did not offer much hope, with a 30% chance of survival, and predictions of survival meaning a life in a vegetative state or, at best, relegated to a sheltered workshop.  Such negativity can become overwhelming, can make a person stop trying or lose hope for a positive future life.  Nicole used that negativity as a passionate motivator to ‘prove those Doctors wrong!

Nicole believes maximal healing from brain injury is about much more than anatomy and physiology, and Holding On To Hope has been set up to assist others to reach their highest potential.

Nicole studied Rehabilitation Counselling at Griffith University, and graduated in 2005.  Since that time, she has worked in the occupational rehabilitation industry. She is also an accredited Mediator. Today she works as a Rehabilitation Consultant, assisting people with physical and psychological injuries through the rehabilitation process and toward suitable employment.

A severe Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) at age 16 changed Nicole’s life forever.  Medical opinion did not offer much hope, with a 30% chance of survival, and predictions of survival meaning a life in a vegetative state or, at best, relegated to a sheltered workshop.  Such negativity can become overwhelming, can make a person stop trying or lose hope for a positive future life.  Nicole used that negativity as a passionate motivator to ‘prove those Doctors wrong!

Nicole believes maximal healing from brain injury is about much more than anatomy and physiology, and Holding On To Hope has been set up to assist others to reach their highest potential.

Nicole studied Rehabilitation Counselling at Griffith University, and graduated in 2005.  Since that time, she has worked in the occupational rehabilitation industry. She is also an accredited Mediator. Today she works as a Rehabilitation Consultant, assisting people with physical and psychological injuries through the rehabilitation process and toward suitable employment.

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Transferable Skills Assessment

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