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InMotion 2018

On February 12th, 1998, Ann Boriskie was on her way to the dentist when she was involved in a car accident. At the time of the accident she showed no signs of injury. However, not long after the accident she started having problems and was diagnosed with Post-Concussion Syndrome. They did not offer her help or support, instead told her to wait for her symptoms to disappear on their own.

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Tommy Hilfiger Releases New Adaptive Clothing Line

In 2016, Tommy Hilfiger partnered with Runway of Dreams, a nonprofit organization that works towards a future of inclusion, acceptance, and opportunity in the fashion industry for people with disabilities. They worked together to create Tommy Hilfiger’s adaptive clothing line for children. Over the past few years, they have continued to make their clothing as user-friendly and inclusive as possible. Earlier this month they showcased their Spring design that now offers adaptive clothes for adults.

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MobilityWork’s Client Travels to NYC for Sarcoidosis Awareness Month

Karen at The Sarcoidosis Hope Walk of Alabama
Earlier this month, Karen Reynolds took a trip to New York City to help raise awareness for Sarcoidosis. Sarcoidosis is an inflammatory disease that can affect any organ in the body, resulting from an overreaction of the immune system. It is estimated to affect about 200,000 Americans, several of whom joined Karen in New York City during Sarcoidosis Awareness Month.

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Ben Abercrombie’s Road to Recovery

As a multisport star at Alabama’s famed Hoover High School, Ben Abercrombie was used to winning. His dedication on the field and in the classroom opened doors to the Ivy League, where he accepted a football scholarship to Harvard University. After a severe spinal cord injury suffered in his first collegiate game he faced a whole new kind of battle.

After his initial surgery, Ben was transferred to the Shepherd Center in Atlanta, one of the nation’s leading non-profit spinal cord injury recovery facilities. The Shepherd Center provides nearly 900 individuals with inpatient therapy annually. Through countless hours of hard work, Ben’s condition steadily improved.

During his therapy and rehabilitation, local business and the Harvard community raised money for Ben. One of those businesses was El Jefes, a famous Mexican restaurant near Harvard. Their Ben Abercrombie night helped raise funds for his family to retrofit their home, making it wheelchair accessible.

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