Monday, March 26, 2012
On 23 March, Laurel got herself involved in a great initiative of the Spinal Injuries Association with “Take My Seat”.
Laurel experienced for herself first hand, with her helper Robert, the daily challenges of having a permanent disability by spending a morning using a wheelchair and completing a range of everyday tasks such as catching a taxi, ordering a coffee, using an ATM and manually pushing themselves at least 500 metres without stopping.
Here how Laurel went, and have a look and the photos to se how Laurel went and what she learned.
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