July 26th is the 30th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act which ensures civil rights and equal opportunities to those in our communities with disabilities. David Moya, of Glenwood Springs, didn’t know much about ADA until an accident made him a quadriplegic at the age of 24. Moya has a positive outlook on life that, ironically, began after his accident. His story will compel you to think about what personal freedom means for those with disabilities. Read more about Mark here.
Local nonprofit Valley Life for All is working to build inclusive communities where people of all abilities belong and contribute. Request a training or join the conversation at www.valleylifeforall.org or #voicability4all.