I first came across ABR by accident. From the first contact I knew this was something different and more challenging. I had to put aside my classic medical way of looking at a body and put on ABR glasses. I still don't have any regrets about my decision.
The appreciation that you get from the parents, helpers and patients that we work with is priceless. To see the improvements and changes in the children gives me the motivation to do better all the time. Sometimes people ask me what I like most about this job. For me it is the diversity of tasks. On one hand I am working with people but on the other hand I also have to complete paperwork, write reports, and take time to think about methods to improve the overall operation of ABR. Working at ABR makes you think twice about the small problems in life… The ones you once thought were big.