Concern over the centre’s planned closure is sparking panic attacks in resident Michael Wright. Michael Wright was just 22 when he fell through a roof and broke his neck, leaving him a quadriplegic. The Quadriplegic Centre was built in the 1960s and will close at the end of 2020 Despite assurances from authorities, many residents remain anxious about their future They call other residents their "family" and see the closure as a "step backwards" Mr Wright’s parents were not equipped to care for him after the accident so he went to Perth’s Quadriplegic Centre, which has been his home for the past 44 years. At the age of 68, Mr Wright is still dealing with the daily struggles associated with quadriplegia. But he is now having frequent panic attacks over what exactly his future will look like following news the centre is set to close. "When you break your […]