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Age: 46

Location: Pennsylvania

Injury or relation:
Tethered Cord Release surgery on spine, T10 for 12 years

Camping, hiking, crafting and spending time with my family.

Why did you become a peer mentor?
I became a Peer Mentor because I wanted to communicate with other individuals living with a disability. I wanted to share what I have learned and experienced along the way and my vast knowledge of different resources to help others. I wanted to also connect with others so that I could learn and grow with them as we navigate through life in this whole new way.


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