Tag Archives: Paralysis

VIDEO: Quadriplegic converts 3-10 split for a chance at 26th game of 200 or better

This was the (my) shot of the day at Quad Squad bowling on August 11, 2018. I am posting it now to share and preserve it on my blog. I needed to convert this 3-10 split in the 10th frame … Continue reading

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Strike for Vets

A bowling fundraiser called Strike for Vets was held earlier in October to help support a spinal cord injury recovery center in Tampa called Stay in Step (non-veterans can rehab there as well). Daniel Bolan, a 17-year-old Eagle Scout with … Continue reading

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25 Things That Surprise the Public about What People with Spinal Cord Injury Can Do

Since this blog is about empowering wheelchair users, I have to share this list of “25 Things That Surprise the Public about What People with Spinal Cord Injury Can Do” from Shepherd Center, a specialty hospital where I rehabbed in … Continue reading

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A Tribute to Aaron Parker

My friend and fellow Quad Squad bowler Aaron Parker passed away peacefully in his sleep on the morning of April 24, after a short battle with cancer (I say short because his cancer was discovered approximately 2 weeks before his … Continue reading

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Blessings and a Bowl-A-Thon

Below is the body of an email that I wrote to share with family and friends on Thanksgiving. If you read my blog or are friends with me on Facebook, and would like to be on my master email list … Continue reading

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7 IKAN Bowler Users and a 23rd 200+ Game

At our central Florida Quad Squad outing on Saturday, September 14th, we had seven different power wheelchair users bowl with an IKAN Bowler.  The reasons for wheelchair use among the seven people include cerebral palsy, spinal cord injury, and spina … Continue reading

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Vent-Dependent Quadriplegic Earns Master’s Degree

My blog is about empowering wheelchair users, and I hope that by sharing that I recently graduated with a Masters of Entrepreneurship from Western Carolina University, perhaps others will be encouraged to pursue additional education or whatever they desire.  I … Continue reading

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