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2016 Paralympics

Aimee Sharp
Author | Shield HealthCare
09/16/16  4:32 PM PST
2016 paralympics

The 2016 Paralympics end tomorrow, and there have been some great stories developing from the games over the last two weeks: the U.S. Navy veteran who won gold in archery, Sarah Storey becoming the most decorated female British Paralympian of all time, and India’s great success in Rio. We have been so excited to watch all the action unfold.

Did you know our own Spinal Cord Injury Lifestyle Specialist, Aaron Baker, almost made it to the London Paralympic Games four years ago? Watch the part of Aaron’s Road to Recovery webinar video below where he talks about his path to the games. Or just watch the video from the beginning to watch Aaron’s full, inspiring story so far.

You can also learn more about Aaron in his introduction video here.

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