Berkeley survivor Aoife Beary is making significant improvements

Yesterday, the family of Berkeley survivor Aoife Beary shared some amazing news on the Friends of Aoife Beary.

According to the Facebook post, Aoife is continuing to make some significant improvements in her recovery. 

The 21-year-old is now out of the high dependency unit and she is getting ready to begin rehabilitation in the facility she is being treated for brain injuries in. 

She still has some way to go in terms of rehabilitation "this will involve a daily schedule of physio, occupational and speech therapy at the Center, 6 days a week for the coming weeks" and her family will be helping her every step of the way.

Aoife is also joined by other survivors Clodagh Cogley, Niall Murray and Hannah Waters as they are all receiving treatment. 

Having spent the last 2 weeks in the high dependency unit, at last Aoife has started her rehabilitation programme at…

Posted by Friends of Aoife Beary on Wednesday, August 5, 2015

Following the balcony collapse on June 16th, Aoife and three other survivors have remained in the Santa Clara Valley medical centre. Other survivors Sean Fahey, Conor Flynn and Jack Halpin.  

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