WILMINGTON, MA — Watch the latest episode of “Access Abilities,” a show on Wilmington Community Television which highlights residents with disabilities and their inspirational stories.
In the latest episode, host Dr. Dee Genetti interviews Dr. Jen Stratton, author of Nick Springer On The Move. As noted on its website, the book is the first sports picture book biography to feature a quad amputee and the sport of wheelchair rugby. The book is illustrated by Christopher Kuster, a mouth and foot painting artist, who created every image using his mouth due to paralysis. All of the book’s proceeds support Mouth and Foot Painting Artists and Wheelchair Sports Federation.
Watch the 19-minute show, courtesy of Wilmington Community Television, below:
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