Rochester has a lot to offer for those living with a disability. Winter weather aside, there are many aspects of this region that helped me get the most out of life’s adventures.
About Sue ShepardParalyzed from the waist down at 15, Sue Shepard went on to graduate from college and is currently very much involved with United Spinal’s Rochester Spinal Association chapter as a board member/vice president and peer mentor. She also serves on the board of Rochester Accessible Adventures. She is a guest speaker on spinal cord disease perspectives, rehabilitation volunteer, disability advocate, and most importantly to her, a loving wife and mother. Sue strives to be a true champion for family-inclusive activities that maximize the quality of independence for those living with spinal cord disease.
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