Ken Masson, the founder of the Post-Polio Advocacy Group in Rotary International, asked me to interview about my life story. Issues such as growing up with disabilities and then being labeled as borderline mentally retarded as an adult, and making my way through it all, loomed large.
In this interview, Ken asks me about my mother’s attitude, how dance changed my life, how my advocacy work improved my life, and how I made this life wonderful. I have a wonderful husband, a loving family. I now have it all.
And I have written a memoir that expresses not only my feelings, but the realities of my life.
Listen to how I made it all work out.