A FUNDRAISING drive has been launched to secure treatment for a woman who suffered serious head injury. Monika Piech, from Tramore, was in a coma for weeks after a fall in March.
Since then she has been slipping in and out of consciousness. Her awareness is improving daily but she is not yet able to talk.
Monika needs the support of a professional rehabilitation team. She is waiting for a place in The National Rehabilitation Hospital, Dun Laoghaire, but this can take up to 12 months.
The family has been searching for other options and has found a place it describes “absolutely fantastic”– Clarenbridge Nursing Home in Co Galway. It needs to raise funds for her treatment and also for Cyber Eye – non-verbal communication device which Monika will need until she is able to speak again.
A GoFundMe page has been set up in the name of Anka Pacholska where further information can be sought and a donation can be made.