But that’s when life, just stopped.
“It’s that call every parent dreads,” recalls Ellen.
Ned had a seizure behind the wheel and crashed into a brick wall and broke his neck. He was paralyzed from the neck down. He spent a long year in the hospital getting better, but when he got home, he got worse.
Ned says, “I always felt alone and stuck and depressed.”
But then his sister was invited to a school assembly and the topic? Helping Hands Helper Monkeys. The organization helps people with spinal cord injuries by giving them monkey to help with everyday tasks.
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