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Independent motion – can you help?

When we are healthy—and some might describe us as whole—we don’t think about things like mobility or accessibility. However as a friend of mine once said “Accessibility is not a privilege but a basic human right” The cost of aids to help people with disabilities to live life to the fullest are most of the time, astronomical. A little kindness can go a long way in helping one another.

8 thoughts on “Independent motion – can you help?

  1. Nick is a huge inspiration. I’ve loved following his story and enjoyed the wisdom he’s gathering along the way.

    1. I’m so glad to have stumbled on his story. This is one of the best parts about blogging, meeting people who are determined to live life to its fullest on their terms.

  2. Thank you so much for reblogging this, Steph. We really appreciate it.

    1. You’re very welcome Sue.💗

  3. What an amazing young man. Reblogged the post today

    1. Yes he is. I couldn’t help but to reblog. Thank you Judith for doing the same.💞

  4. Steph,
    This is a sad story with a wonderful ending. I hop he can raise enough money to purchase the bike.
    Sherri

    1. Thank you for your comment Sherri. I’m sure he’ll reach his goal.

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