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Nick – What’s the best advice you have for others in your situation?

Nick – What’s the best advice you have for others in your situation?

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That people understand that having a spinal cord injury is not by any means the end of the world. It may seem like it might when you first wake up in the hospital and try to grasp the concept of a spinal-cord injury, especially when there’s lim... Show More

That people understand that having a spinal cord injury is not by any means the end of the world. It may seem like it might when you first wake up in the hospital and try to grasp the concept of a spinal-cord injury, especially when there’s limited exposure that you have prior to the injury, but there’s definitely a light at the end of the tunnel. There’s definitely hope, there’s definitely potential and possibilities. There’s ever-day progress with laws, and technology and acceptance in society. So, it’s definitely not the end of the road. It’s just the start.

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Nick – What’s the best advice you have for others in your situation?

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Injured in 1995 at age 17, quadriplegic
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That people understand that having a spinal cord injury is not by any means the end of the world. It may seem like it might when you first wake up in the hospital and try to grasp the concept of a spinal-cord injury, especially when there’s limited exposure that you have prior to the injury, but there’s definitely a light at the end of the tunnel. There’s definitely hope, there’s definitely potential and possibilities. There’s ever-day progress with laws, and technology and acceptance in society. So, it’s definitely not the end of the road. It’s just the start.

Nick – What’s the best advice you have for others in your situation?
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