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1.9. Taking Charge after SCI
Todd Stabelfeldt is the consummate example of someone who has taken charge of his life under the most challenging of circumstances and has done it with humor and style. At the age of eight, Stabelfeldt was shot in the chin while he and his cousin were playing with guns, resulting in C4 tetraplegia (quadriplegia). That was 20 years ago; now he is a full-time professional, living on his own, financially independent and active in the community. Read this article now!