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Tristan's family (T-Two)

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Weʼre raising £100,000 to help with Tristan's (T-Two) rehabilitation and recovery back to an independent life.

Johannesburg (contact me for location)

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Tristan has been in rehabilitation for 288 days in the UAE (as of 14 December 2018) after suffering a Traumatic Brain Injury on 18 November 2017 for which he spent 103 days in ICU. In the last year Tristan has demonstrated amazing determination and his progress has been an inspiration to so many people. To date his rehabilitation alone has cost £100000 (I have receipts to prove this). I recently spent 10 days with Tristan and the bond we made was beyond words, the love he has to give is heartwarming and the potential he has for improvement is beyond belief, though it will take time! I need to do my bit to ensure that Tristan's rehabilitation can continue and he has the best possible chance of returning to an independent life. I can not do this alone, I need your help!
Please help me to help Tristan, any amount of money will assist to ensure that Tristan's vital rehabilitation can continue. Every single donation that is made goes directly to the cost of his rehabilitation. You will have seen from my daily updates over the last year how far Tristan has come, and you will understand that he still has a massive struggle ahead of him. Please help me to ease this struggle and help Tristan overcome his disabilities.
Daily updates are posted on Instagram @tristan_t_two and on his Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100023647486376 (Tristan Alberts T-Two)

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  • Tristan's family (T-Two) 3 years ago
    Tristan's family (T-Two)

    Tristan's family (T-Two)

    3 years ago

    26 September 2019 Tristan has now been in rehabilitation for 1 year 209 days (as of today) and we continue to see positive progress. He is more alert, responsive and dare I say even more physically able. Orally he eats around 8 teaspoons of soup or pudding a day, still reluctantly but definitely an improvement. He has spoken his first word "No" and said it a few times now. His steps are more controlled and fluid when assisted to walk. Its early days and still much rehabilitation required. Please continue to support by donating. Much love to all

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  • Tristan's family (T-Two) 4 years ago
    Tristan's family (T-Two)

    Tristan's family (T-Two)

    4 years ago

    Tristan has come a long way in this last year, he has been hurt, weakened and scarred, but every single day he wakes up and tolerates a routine that none of us would wish on any loved one. He puts in more effort to better his life than many of us able bodied people. He displays more love and affection than many content lovers and family members. And he can do all of this and more because he is surrounded 24/7 by a team of highly motivated individuals and family and friends that love him and see his potential and determination to recover.

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    Tristan's family (T-Two)

    4 years ago

    Update 17 November 2018 Tristan had a good night last night and for the first time in 364 days I can give you a first hand account on how his day has been 😁 I can assure you that Tristan had a good day today, I was able to spend a good many hours with Tristan and his parents today. It has been an amazing experience seeing Tristan after so long, needless to say it was a very emotional day for me. A years worth of photos and videos have prepared me for this day and still I could not contain myself.

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    May 16, 2022

    29 is my lucky number 🍀 Every day holds the possibility of a miracle🙏🏻God is able to do more than you can ever imagine!Keep trusting God. Your miracle will surely come true.

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    Anon

    May 2, 2022

    May Allah bless you, your family, guide you and light your path always. Eid Mubarak ☪️

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    Apr 16, 2022

    Easter reminds us that hope must never be lost for as dark as the road may seem, there always lies light at the end of it. May all the prayers be fulfilled🙏🏻Always remember you’re somebunny special

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    Cris

    Jan 31, 2022

    No matter what has happened, something good is always round the corner and the sun will always shine“Hang in there. God’s got this. I can do all things through Christ who gives me strength.” 🙏🏻

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    Jan 11, 2022

    Part match towards Anon The hand that helps others, will always be filled with blessings 💛

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    Dec 29, 2021

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    Cris

    Dec 29, 2021

    Matching Anon £30 Take care of each other, kindness costs nothing and can last a lifetime for the person you share it with.

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Tristan's family (T-Two)

Tristan's family (T-Two)

Johannesburg (contact me for location)

On 18 November 2017 Tristan was found in a hypoglycaemic coma, suffering from respiratory failure and his brain was swelling. He had emergency surgery to save his life, spent 103 days in ICU and he is now in rehabilitation. His insurance company refused to pay.

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