Website gives disabled needed info (Chicago Tribune)

June 8, 2012 by sa4fa@virginia.edu

They are the faces and voices of survivors, answering important and sometimes personal questions about their life’s adjustments in short video segments.

There’s Steve, who became a paraplegic at age 23 in 2006, talking about the suicidal thoughts he had after he suffered a spinal cord injury. There’s Tony, who became a quadriplegic at age 27 in 1990, going into detail about his long rehabilitation process and sex after his injury.

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