David was a carpenter until 2000 when he suffered a spinal cord injury in a sporting accident and became a C5 quadriplegic.
The Neil Squire Society entered my life at just the right time.
“I am proof that anyone can do it. If you get knocked down one hundred times, you need to get up one hundred and one times.” –Wendy
Lee Ann, currently a participant in Neil Squire Society’s Computer Comfort and Employ-Ability programs, is employed as a volunteer as she works toward a paying position in the social services field.
Just three months short of receiving her BA in Communication, Amy Chan had an accident while snowboarding that left her with a brain injury