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with Veteran Renee Whisner

A DAY IN THE LIFE
OF A QUADRIPLEGIC

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Renee Whisner, USAF Veteran and author of "A Day In The Life Of A Quadriplegic"
ABOUT VETERAN RENEE WHISNER
A Day In The Life Of A Quadriplegic

Renee Whisner is a multi-faceted individual beyond being the author of the blog “A Day in the Life of a Quadriplegic.” Some of her many roles during her life so far include being a United States Air Force veteran, a mother of two, and a yoga instructor.

After growing herself spiritually and overcoming health issues, the car crash that unfortunately severed her spine at C-4 left her paralyzed from the chest down and wheelchair-bound. These new adversities have not stopped her from making a difference in the world as a motivational speaker, a prayer chaplain, and a future Unity Minister.

Renee welcomes questions from others about what it’s like living as a quadriplegic and loves to share her “How To Tips” in order to help support others who are going through their own experiences with quadriplegia.

INTRODUCING

PEYTON

Peyton is my comfort dog. He takes care of me and I take care of him.
Comfort Dog Peyton and Renee Whisner
Comfort Dog Peyton and Renee Whisner on Naples Pier
Comfort Dog Peyton and his veterinarian

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Help Renee Whisner get the restorative therapy and equipment needed to get her out of her chair! Give a gift via GoFundMe or Help Hope Live in order to help support her physical therapy sessions (3 hours a day, 5 days a week). Keep up with her progress online via her blog or her YouTube channel by subscribing below.
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