Inspire and be inspired.
See beyond your horizons.
Don't downsize your care options. Don't give up.
This man refused to downsize his expectations and saw past his horizons to upsize his care.
Scott needs the aids he has to live. With them, he has surpassed all expectation and made himself an example to us all to live up to and to follow.
Don't downsize your expectations.
They want to downsize expectations because they want to downsize care because they want to save money and you are expendable and expensive.
Isn't that so, Cllr. Collin Brewer?
"If you stop trying, you lose" - Scott Belkner
Words to live by...
That's right up there with "It ain't over till it's over" - Yogi Berra!
This is You Tube -
It just take me little longer - Scott's story
Comments on Reddit -
submitted ago by ciscomd
whatliesinside 72 points ago
ciscomd[S] 102 points agoDunkinize 132 points ago
The speaking device is called Vantage. I also used a motorized chair and sometimes a cane. These are of the utmost importance to me. I need them to live.
ciscomd[S] 326 points ago
Tell him don't give up, keep trying new things. If you stop trying, you lose.
tillicum 174 points ago
Rashnet 30 points ago
orvane 36 points ago
And on Yahoo -
‘It Just Take Me Little Longer’: Man’s inspirational video about living — and thriving — with cerebral palsyBy Nadine Kalinauskas | Good News – Mon, 27 May, 2013
Scott, 29, from Glendale, Arizona, has cerebral palsy.
He can't talk. He needs a mobility device to get around.
Watch his inspirational video, "It just take me little longer," below.
Warning: You won't have an excuse to ever skip the gym again.
Scott spends two hours a day, four days a week at the gym.
"It won't stop me doing what I want to do," Scott says of his disability through a speech assistance device.
Following the success of his video, Scott participated in an "Ask Me Anything," or AMA, onReddit the next day.
"The speaking device is called Vantage. I also used a motorized chair and sometimes a cane. These are of the utmost importance to me. I need them to live," Scott shared on Reddit.
Redditor Dunkinize asked what Scott would say to encourage his 11-year-old nephew with cerebral palsy.
"Tell him don't give up, keep trying new things. If you stop trying, you lose," Scott said.
He added that because of his documentary, he might now have a job offer.