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Book: THERE'S NOTHING I CAN'T DO - Fred's Story - Continuation of the Fred Cheshire biography, by Mariam Cheshire
June 7, 1977: Fred, a school teacher, 32 years old, dove into a pool, broke his neck and became an instant C-5/6 quadriplegic spinal injury. After six months in the hospital, he bought a home and a van and continued teaching.His losses -- walking, holding his arms above his shoulder, using his hands to pick up a glass of milk -- were overcome with mechanized equipment. His struggles with health [...]
 
Book: Widow's Walk by Kenneth Weene
Mary Flanagan, caught between her sense of religion and obligation on one hand, and her very human desire for love on the other, is in emotional limbo. When she meets Arnie Berger, who becomes both her lover and philosophic guide, Mary's world seems to be transformed.Changes also come for Mary's children, who have been trapped in their own dilemmas. Sean, a quadriplegic, is looking for a [...]
 
Book: Still Looking Up by Fred Gordon
Mr Fred Gordon, a man who was born into a two-parent family, decided early in life, that the streets accepted him more than his father. His father was a disciplinarian, very rough so to get away from that he found comfort in the streets. He began dating at an early age, selling drugs, and hanging out with many friends. He even spent time in jail. Fred honestly shares the intimate details of his [...]
 
Book: Up - Getting UP Is The Key To Life by Brian P. Swift
Brians neck was broken while playing football with his friends on the sunny, chilly day after Christmas, 1979, at the age of seventeen. As he found the courage and strength to recover, graduate from high school, earn his college degree, and earn his Juris Doctor degree as a quadriplegic, he also found his purpose: to achieve more than expected, and to aspire to the best he can be. Now the father [...]
 
Book: One More Play by Dr. James M. Perdue
At age sixteen, James grew-up fast when his father died. He played baseball in high school and received a college scholarship. Concerned about his mother and brothers, he hoped his athletic talent would lead to a financially successful professional baseball career. Then, one day, while playing a pick-up football game, James was seriously injured and diagnosed a quadriplegic. He asked the doctor, [...]
 


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