A Message From Graham Simpson
I’m pleased to be able to let you know that after being assessed yesterday by the head of the Rehabilitation Unit at Epworth Hospital yesterday, Judith will be transferred to the Unit on Friday for further treatment.
After speaking with Judith’s neurologist this morning, I can report that while Judith’s everyday conversational speech is fluent, her processing of higher function speech and complex questions is impaired.
On a positive note, during one of their meetings, Judith’s neurologist asked her to sing him something and, without prompting, she was able to correctly sing the first verse of “Morningtown Ride”, completely in tune!
Later in the afternoon, pleased with her progress, she asked me to test her on other songs, and she was able to sing to me – without any problem – the first verses of “I’ll Never Find Another You”, “Come The Day” and “I Celebrate Your Life My Baby”.
Judith is looking forward to the challenges of rehabilitation and is determined to continue improving. She remains buoyed by the incredible messages of support she receives on a daily basis from all around the world.
She has asked me to thank you all for your encouragement and kind thoughts, and to send you all her love.
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