From therapy options, scheduling, to a parent’s concerns and worries, Louise understands the NAPA journey in its entirety, as she is Mum to 11-year-old Georgia, who has cerebral palsy (dystonic/spastic quad). Georgia’s birth resulted in a catastrophic brain injury, and she was diagnosed with severe brain damage at seven days old. Because of this, Georgia started rehab therapy at four weeks old. At the time, Louise and husband Mick were based in Singapore, where therapy options were limited. Louise searched the globe for effective and different therapy programs for Georgia, and discovered NAPA Center. They took the plunge, and flew with Georgia to Los Angeles to do a three-week intensive. Before the first week ended, they knew they had found not only a great therapy centre, but also a place of support, hope, friendship and positivity. They extended their stay in LA for an extra two months certain that NAPA Center had the potential to make a real difference for Georgia’s future. Since then, Georgia has completed over 30 Intensive therapy sessions with NAPA Centre. The Conn family has been instrumental in bringing the NAPA clinic in Sydney with Lou coming on as the Intensive Coordinator. She works closely with the US team, to ensure that your NAPA experience is of the highest quality. She understands the juggles and stresses families face on the special needs journey. Lou is also a fan of yoga, the beach, live music, coffee, and wine, all essentials to special needs parenting!