“The Walker Family has endured 50+ surgeries as they have coped with a multi-congenital defect syndrome. Surgery is a part of their lives and as such, they have learned ways to make the journey a bit easier.”
Diane J. Walker has taken her families Real-Life experience and jotted down notes or a “practical guide for coping with surgery” and is sharing it will all us. You can download a copy by clicking the cover of the guide.
Diane sitting in one of the many healing gardens at her local hospital. “Settings like this help me regroup and center myself” she says.
Outdoor photo of local hospital where the Walker family have been treated.
The picture of Joshua shows a technique that we have learned to help with post-surgical shakes. ICU nurses showed us that we could use warmed blankets placed around the head to help stop the shaking. It really works well.
Jian’s cardiac surgery in March 2017. Jian has some Nintendo time to calm down prior to going back for surgery.
Click Cover to download the Surgery Survival Guide