“I have a mantra that goes like this: accept, survive and don’t give up hope”, says Madeleine, who was diagnosed in her 40s with a vascular malformation in her brain stem.
Gary Jaswal approached us with the goal of becoming a recreation aid.
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