People with disabilities and long-term health issues share a common experience: trying to work in a world designed for the “able” and healthy. It can be frustrating, annoying and sometimes depressing. How do we gather the courage to keep going when we are dealing with doctors, medication, physical therapy and other needs our bodies have? How do we carve out the time and the will to pursue our life’s dreams?
Nancy understands this kind of challenge. She was diagnosed with Retinitis Pigmentosa at the young age of 16 and has slowly experienced subtle yet measurable vision loss. Today she is legally blind, but she still finds ways to run her businesses and live her life despite daily challenges related to her sight. Nancy’s presentations take what she has learned about living blind in a sighted world and use them to motivate and empower those with disabilities who are struggling to find their way.
When You Live Life Full Out, You Will:
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Find out more about Nancy’s Living Full Out philosophy on her “What is Living Full Out?” page.
Nancy’s Onesheet offers more information about her speech features.