After her husband died leaving her a single parent of two young children she managed to climb back to the top of parent hood and be both parents worth in one: teaching chess club, helping in scouts and guides being supportive of what must have been some awful first violin solos and now supporting her daughter through a masters in maths. While this is an accomplishment in itself she still found the time to work for the red cross helping disabled people live a normal life, even though if she did not work she would receive more money on benefits. She is an extremely caring person and saying she puts others first is an understatement. In her spare time she does ad hoc volunteer work helping with first aid at festivals and has taken up an open university degree in social care so that she may provide her clients with the best help possible. She then hopes to go on to teach others how to best care for disabled people. So whether it be for her children, friends, clients or festival goers who need help she puts any thoughts for herself on hold to provide unfortunate people something that is so often taken for granted - normality.