“There are stand up comics but I can’t find a sit-down comic. I can make jokes about things that no one else could touch with a 10 foot pole, and I’m only a five foot pole... I need to go back to work.”
"Everything that is taking up my free time outside of work now revolves around having a spinal cord injury... and I’ve just become so passionate about becoming a part of this bigger community."
Meet Everett Mosher. Once an outdoorsman, always an outdoorsman - even if it means camping in the trunk of a MINI Cooper Clubman.
Meet Carneggy Lamothe, aspiring writer, poet, mentor, and electrician, who believes we all have a story to tell.
Meet Bill Mancini, an exemplary teacher whose disability became an asset for connecting with students and parents.
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Incomplete injury types (i) may refer to either additional sensation or muscle control below the principle injury level. Click here to read more about level differences.