Jasmine Platt's daughter was diagnosed shortly after birth as having a catastrophic brain condition known as burst suppression. She was devastated to learn her daughter would never walk or talk and they would never know how she perceived the world. Now, six years later, Jasmine is on a mission to help NZ parents who are given a complex disability diagnosis for their child, to get therapy to help them cope. At present, in NZ, there is no specific funding for this kind of grief, and Jasmine is trying to ensure that other parents in her shoes get the mental health support they need. This is her story.