Posted May 06, 2018 15:11:53 Dr Sarah Ewart has now made her way to Australia to find help after more than 20 years without proper food, shelter and medical treatment.

Dr Ewart was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes after suffering from complications in her childhood.

She says her life has been transformed by the diabetes treatments and her ability to lead a normal life has helped her heal and rebuild her health.

Dr Sarah, who has been in hospital for nearly a decade, is now the proud owner of a house in the northern suburbs of Adelaide.

“I am proud of my life.

I am not a diabetic and I have not had to do this before, I just needed to take care of myself,” she said.

She says she is grateful for the support from her friends and family, and she is now able to walk down a busy street in Adelaide with the help of a cane. “

Now I have this house, I am happy and I am a normal person.”

She says she is grateful for the support from her friends and family, and she is now able to walk down a busy street in Adelaide with the help of a cane.

Dr Eartens new house is a new experience for her and it has taken her years to adapt to the new environment. “

Thank you so much to all the people that have supported me and I thank my family for giving me a lot of support.”

Dr Eartens new house is a new experience for her and it has taken her years to adapt to the new environment.

“We have had to start from scratch and that has been hard,” she told ABC News Breakfast.

“But I think it’s made me a better person and it’s really helped me to be a better dog and to learn new things.”

Dr Sarah said she would be interested in getting a dog soon, and would like to see more dogs adopted in her community.

“Dogs have a huge impact on our communities, in the long run we can all benefit from them,” she explained.

“It’s great to have the option of adopting a dog and I think that it’s just a wonderful thing to have in the community.”