A World of Difference

Andrew Skinner October 27, 2020 News, Noteworthy, SCI, Triumph Outreach Update, Upcoming Events, Videos

"They really changed things and gave me a chance to succeed. I couldn't have done it without Triumph."

We like to think of all of our grant recipients as superheroes in their own right. In the case of Tyler Schrenk, it's really true.

After Tyler's C-4 spinal cord injury left him paralyzed from the neck down, assistive technology gave him control of his care, surroundings, and future. Tyler became so passionate about assistive technologies, he felt a calling to help others understand their options and use technology to improve their lives.

Tyler submitted an Employment Achievement Award request to help him take his assistive technology consulting business up a notch. Today, he's reaching more people with encouragement and insider know-how that makes a huge difference for everyone. Thanks Tyler!

October is Disability Employment Awareness Month, and his story is one of many Triumph has helped return to work and realize their vocational dreams. It's only possible because of the donations you've made this year. Thank you!

Watch this video below and celebrate!!

Find out more about Tyler Schrenk's assistive technology work HERE.

Spinal Network Presents Employment Preparedness Workshop

Join Spinal Network for their Employment Preparedness Virtual Workshop on Wednesday, October 28th.

October is National Disability Employment Awareness Month.  In honor of this, Spinal Network is hosting this special workshop.

The workshop will include information on:

- Social Securities - PASS program (Plans to Achieve Self Support)
- Disability Rights California - WIPA (Work Incentive Planning)
- Dept. of Rehabilitation - Employment Services
- Workability III - Connecting with the Community College system
- Spinal Network - Interview tips

Click here to register

Last Chance for a Superhero Like You!

Just a couple days left for your Superhero Run!  Join our virtual run, walk, and roll fundraiser by Halloween night. Dress up like a hero and give it your all!

Register Now

Take The Challenge – If you have SCI/D or disability and are ambulatory, set a distance goal to walk. Rise-to-the-Challenge! It doesn't matter if you walk a mile or just a step or two, you're a Superhero when you accept the challenge!

Check out last year's video!

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