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Al, you are truly making a difference in all the lives you touch.”
International Best Selling Author of Freedom From Fear, Keynote Speaker and Consultant.
Agency staff with disabilities and parents and relatives of folks who are disabled said they thought they knew it all but you taught them and made them laugh at the same time.
Pat Delaney Special Events Committee
State of Washington - Dept. of Labor & Industries
You touched many lives on October 17th, mine included. Thank you for the gift of laughter that you provided. You are an inspiration and received rave reviews from all in attendance.
John W. Andrews, Executive Director
Brain Injury Association of Washington
Tag Archives: goals
The easiest to notice disabilities are physical. But psychological or emotional disabilities are more likely to be harmful to others, especially if the person with the disability has a goal to harm others.
One person’s goal may seem so trivial, or so out of the box, Continue reading
Being valuable is simple-care for someone. No one cares how much you know until they know how much you care. Who do you care about? Do you care about others because you need them or because they need you? Continue reading
Outside my disability imposed comfort zone of the hospital, rehab floors and therapy rooms, I felt as out out of place as a dirty, scruffy hobo trying to blend in at a refined baby shower. Being comfortable seemed unattainable. Continue reading
My latest experience speaking at a Rotary Club, in at least one way, was like all the others. Associating with Rotary Club members always reminds me of the importance of having a Caring attitude of acceptance and respect, Service Above Self. Continue reading
Inspirational Speaker As the new year approaches, experience tells me that many people, especially resilient people with disabilities, get inspired to expand our horizons by expanding our abilities. Whether disabled or not, we can begin every day like it’s the … Continue reading