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Ken – How do you see your future?

Ken – How do you see your future?

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Because of my career in counseling, I feel like that doesn’t have to end, it can continue on. The idea was always that I would sort of fade away. So instead of working four days-a-week, I would work three days-a-week, and then maybe two days-a-week... Show More

Because of my career in counseling, I feel like that doesn’t have to end, it can continue on. The idea was always that I would sort of fade away. So instead of working four days-a-week, I would work three days-a-week, and then maybe two days-a-week and so I could bring myself down to whatever feels comfortable. Obviously, the wheelchair changed the amount of time I spend in my office. I don’t get up at early, I don’t stay as long as I used to, and so, I’ve condensed things, and so I don’t see as many clients. But it is still very fulfilling, and I like what I do at this point. But at some point in the future, we’ll have to make those decisions.

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Ken – How do you see your future?

Ken

Injured in 2013 at age 55, paraplegic
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Because of my career in counseling, I feel like that doesn’t have to end, it can continue on. The idea was always that I would sort of fade away. So instead of working four days-a-week, I would work three days-a-week, and then maybe two days-a-week and so I could bring myself down to whatever feels comfortable. Obviously, the wheelchair changed the amount of time I spend in my office. I don’t get up at early, I don’t stay as long as I used to, and so, I’ve condensed things, and so I don’t see as many clients. But it is still very fulfilling, and I like what I do at this point. But at some point in the future, we’ll have to make those decisions.

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