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Carrie – What’s your number-one day-to-day living problem?

Carrie – What’s your number-one day-to-day living problem?

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Maybe getting around and getting in places, or, like, having to check, like, every website to make sure something is accessible, that when I go there, you know. Or, not being able to go to my friend's apartment, not being able, to yeah, to just, ... Show More

Maybe getting around and getting in places, or, like, having to check, like, every website to make sure something is accessible, that when I go there, you know. Or, not being able to go to my friend's apartment, not being able, to yeah, to just, you know, the—accessibility concerns, really. Like, I just can't take the train, so I have to leave an extra 45 minutes to get somewhere. So, planning would be my big thing, I guess.

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Carrie – What’s your number-one day-to-day living problem?

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Injured in 2003 at age 20, quadriplegic
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Maybe getting around and getting in places, or, like, having to check, like, every website to make sure something is accessible, that when I go there, you know. Or, not being able to go to my friend's apartment, not being able, to yeah, to just, you know, the—accessibility concerns, really. Like, I just can't take the train, so I have to leave an extra 45 minutes to get somewhere. So, planning would be my big thing, I guess.

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