Care provider offers $28,000 toward Kristy Thomson recovery

BENDIGO care provider Care Beyond Measure will provide a team of specialist support staff to aid Kristy Thomson in her recovery.

The organisation has pledged to give free in-home support valued at more than $28,000.

Ms Thomson suffered serious spinal injuries and her four-year-old daughter Patiya was killed when a tree fell on them in Rosalind Park on December 30.

Ms Thomson is still recovering in hospital in Melbourne.

Care Beyond Measure managing director Sam Tayeh said the support for Ms Thomson and Patiya’s father Kyle Schreiber would be offered as soon as they return to Bendigo.

“It means that they can have substantial daily support free of charge for 12 months,” he said. 

"We believe this immediate support cuts through the red tape that the family may incur."

Click here to donate to the Kristy Thomson appeal

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