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Disabled Inveraray woman is ‘a prisoner in her own home’

A MOTHER left disabled after a brain injury is at the centre of a row between her family and a social housing provider.

Inveraray woman Mary MacLean and her family’s lives were turned upside down when she was left paralysed after suffering a brain aneurism and stroke in December 2014.

A year later, she got home from hospital but it was apparent that her two-storey family home wasn’t suitable.

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