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Nicole Ver Kuilen is fighting for the rights of individuals with disabilities to exercise and she’s taking this fight to Capitol Hill and she want’s you join the team.
Nicole Ver Kuilen is also an athlete, specifically endurance sports like triathlons and adventure sports. At age 10, Nicole made the difficult decision to amputate her left leg to save her life from cancer. She would then spend the next 16 years fighting an outdated healthcare system to gain access to the prosthetic technology she needed to be physically active.
Nicole Ver Kuilen founded the the nonprofit Forrest Stump and this organization is working to remove the barriers for persons with disabilities to participate in physical exercise and expand access to adaptive technologies.
Watch and/or listen to Nicole Ver Kuilen explain how she’s going to change the world.
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Links to get involved
Go to www.livingadaptive.com for more information.