Episode 043: Beyond A Beautiful Smile and a Wheel Chair with Collin and Kyle Scott
Brenda Agnew, your host, welcomes Collin and Kyle Scott to today’s episode. Kyle is Ontario-born, given a life against all odds when diagnosed with a physical disability called Cerebral Palsy at the age of sixteen months. However, all the love and support from his village have made him a stronger person. Kyle graduated from college to become an architectural technician but continues to find it challenging to fit into a world that is ill-equipped for those with disabilities. After years of struggling to find his purpose in the architectural field, he decided to write a memoir of his life with Cerebral Palsy.
Kyle is also the author of In A Split Second: Living in the World With Cerebral Palsy and, in today’s episode, he is sharing his motivation and mission behind it.
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Cerebral PalsyCerebral palsy is the most common motor function disability of childhood. Caused by abnormal development or damage to a developing brain, it is estimated that about one in 350 to one in 500 children will be diagnosed with this disorder.Learn more about Cerebral Palsy