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

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

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You know, clearly it's, it's, you know, being in an environment that isn't necessarily hospitable to people who use wheelchairs. As a parent, you know, being able to do the things with my child that every parent should be able to do with ... Show More

You know, clearly it's, it's, you know, being in an environment that isn't necessarily hospitable to people who use wheelchairs. As a parent, you know, being able to do the things with my child that every parent should be able to do with their child, and having that sort of challenged on a regular basis. I mean you have, you know, things like curb cuts seem so, logical, you know, but they're not always there. Stairs, attitudes of people who just say well, you know, it's not worth it, you know, there're not enough people like you to make these changes.

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

Stephanie

Injured in 1994 at age 26, paraplegic
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You know, clearly it's, it's, you know, being in an environment that isn't necessarily hospitable to people who use wheelchairs. As a parent, you know, being able to do the things with my child that every parent should be able to do with their child, and having that sort of challenged on a regular basis. I mean you have, you know, things like curb cuts seem so, logical, you know, but they're not always there. Stairs, attitudes of people who just say well, you know, it's not worth it, you know, there're not enough people like you to make these changes.

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