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University And Chronic Illness: A Survival Guide

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University and Chronic Illness: A Survival Guide is for every chronically ill person considering or preparing for university. A chatty and informative resource, the book goes far beyond your typical standardised advice on academics, and encompasses all aspects of student life: socialising, independent living, managing your money, and what to do when things go wrong.

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Published January 31st 2020 by Daisa & Co
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Pippa Stacey is a writer, blogger and fundraiser from Yorkshire. Previously a pre-professional ballet dancer, she became ill with a debilitating neurological condition during her teenage years. Her experiences led to her founding her own social enterprise, Spoonie Survival Kits, which strives to raise money for deserving causes, provide accessible volunteering opportunities, and to bring comfort ...more