“My hope is to show how things can be done if you aren’t afraid to ask and to enlighten and remove stereotypes society has on how people like me and seniors, live our lives.
Angie Bebee-Wright, owner of ‘The Wright Way’ in Bradford, Ontario, along with some help from volunteers, is putting on an event at the Bradford Public Library on May 21st from 12-7pm to get people more Aware of the needs for Accessibility in communities as part of Global Accessibility Awareness Day.
Angie lives with Spinal Muscle Atrophy type 2 and doctor’s said she would only live to age 5…she is now 50 and is/has making ‘Accessibility Awareness’ around town.
We can expect guest speakers with disabilities to talk about their struggles in life, different demo’s of products and more, Angie says “I know I need help, so I got comfy asking even knowing ‘No’ might be an answer I get”
College graduate, Angie would also like to honor her mother as this event is in May. Angie has put blood, sweat and tears into this event, just like her mother did. This is the first time ‘The Wright Way’ has put on such an event.
Link to ‘The Wright Way’ Facebook page.