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'You Decide to Get Your Scooter Fixed or Whether You Want to Eat'

'You Decide to Get Your Scooter Fixed or Whether You Want to Eat'

Brothers Chuck and Drew Graham live in Columbia, Missouri, and both have been paralyzed for many years.They spoke about their issues with physical access in the Columbia community and about some of the tough decisions they are forced to make.

'The More You Share, the More You Give Away - the More that Comes Back to You'

'The More You Share, the More You Give Away - the More that Comes Back to You'

Bill Gordon lives in Sedalia, Missouri. He spoke at the “Breaking it Down: Homelessness in Missouri” event that KBIA and Missouri Heath Talks hosted at Café Berlin on December 6th.

'Don't Let Anyone Limit Your Belief in What Your Child Can Achieve.'

'Don't Let Anyone Limit Your Belief in What Your Child Can Achieve.'

Casey and Jennifer Simmons live in Devil’s Elbow, a tiny unincorporated town in Pulaski County. Their son Hunter has severe cerebral palsy and epilepsy and full disclosure – he goes to a school where my Dad was previously a teacher and the principal.

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