Annette Dancer

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Following a cerebellar stroke in 2014 Annette has residual dysarthria, left side weakness, lack of coordination and balance issues. She is divorced and lives independently. She has one child and a granddaughter. Her varied 50 year career path took in everything from working on a sewage works to television and film. Latterly, she ran holiday lets in Holmfirth, West Yorkshire. Prior to that she worked for many years in the field of employment, specialising in disability and ergonomics. Proudly Yorkshire born and bred, she's lived all her life in the county, with the exception of a brief period of semi-retirement in the mountains of Austria where she indulged a love of writing and paragliding. Now retired, Annette enjoys anything new and creative. She has become involved in speech and limb research relating to her stroke. Her greatest achievement is being named as her granddaughter's hero.

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