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Deafblind & Still Making a Difference

Foggy pine forest in the morning.

Deafblind & Still Making a Difference

When I think of all the people that have been placed in my life I can’t help but feel an overwhelming sense of pride because these are some of the most amazing people I know. Today it pleases me to share a quote from one of my friends, Susan Rodgers, who is A Woman on the Move. Susan is testimony to what a person can achieve when they opt to go out there and make a difference.

Quoted text is white against a solid black background. To the right of the text is a black and white photo of trees in the fog with a solitary woman walking among the trees.

“I was born profoundly deaf with a double hare lip & cleft palate. When I was 3 years old, I attended DePaul Institute where I learned how to talk & lip-read.”

~Susan Rodgers (Susan and her twin sister Sherri are advocates who have Usher Syndrome. Both continue to work and live very fulfilling lives)

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  • The header is a photo of a foggy pine forest in the morning.
  • Quoted text is white against a solid black background. To the right of the text is a black and white photo of trees in the fog with a solitary woman walking among the trees.

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