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Hunter’s Story

Hunter developed a form of bacterial meningitis when he was 9 months old. He had a temperature of 113 degrees and the doctor gave him a low survival rate. Surviving the fever, Hunter had both of his legs amputated below the knee, all his fingers on his left hand and partial fingers on his right.


Jack’s Story

Jack received his first wheelchair several months ago. With his wheelchair, he and his family have been able to experience new things together. “Since getting Jack’s wheelchair we have been able to take him to so many more places and for longer periods of time. He has a better connection to his peers and environment,” said Angela.


Jake’s Story

Jake is two and a half years old from Kentucky. He is one of four children and was added to his family through the gift of domestic adoption, with his family claiming, “Jake is the best part of us!” At four months old, Jake began experiencing movement difficulties as well as developmental delays and feeding difficulties and was diagnosed with spastic quadriplegic cerebral palsy.


Josh’s Story

Josh Basile is a trial attorney living in the suburbs outside of Washington DC. In 2004, Josh was injured at the age of eighteen on a family vacation at the beach. A wave picked him up and slammed him headfirst against the ocean floor shattering his neck.


Katherine’s Story

Katherine was born and raised in New Orleans, Louisiana. Artist, speaker, author, graphic designer, and just a few of Katherine’s titles as an adult. Katherine was born with Osteogenesis Imperfecta, better known as Brittle Bone Disease.


Kevin’s Story

In June of 2013, on the same day as their wedding anniversary, Kevin was diagnosed with ALS. Kevin has had a wheelchair since 2015 and was working with a different company when he got his first wheelchair. They first heard of Numotion at an ALS clinic and he asked his wife to give Numotion a call.


Kris’s Story

Kris is a father of 8 children ranging from 20 years old to 18 months. In November of 2015, Kris was hit crossing a street by a car going 45mph resulting in him becoming an incomplete C4-C7 spinal cord injury survivor. Kris said he has a huge, wonderful family and is blessed to be here today and doesn’t take it for granted because it could be gone in the blink of an eye.


Kyann’s Story

Kyann was born and raised in Bellingham, Washington. She was diagnosed with Charcot Marie Tooth (CMT) when she was eight years old. She then received a second diagnosis of Heredity Spastic Paraplegia at age twenty-four. Kyann is Director of Accessibility for Wandke Consulting and a passionate advocate for the disability community. As a disabled woman, she strives to educate society on how social barriers like ignorance and stereotypes, limit the disability community. Kyann loves to travel, write, and drink coffee.


Lexi’s Story

Lexi is an 18-year-old from Charlotte NC, who is a writer avid reader. She loves world history, mythology, anything Star Wars or Marvel universe and enjoys swimming and adaptive horseback riding.


Lionel’s Story

Numotion has been a part of Lionel’s mobility journey since his injury. In his 15 years as a Numotion customer, he describes his experience as being a learning experience. “There are always things that they're learning or that I'm learning when it comes to wheelchairs or just equipment for people with disabilities. My team has always been kind to me and allowed me to ask questions about different things and have found answers for me when needed. I always feel like I'm in great capable hands,” said Lionel.


Morgan’s Story

Morgan is thirty-three years old and from Upstate New York. In 2017, she suffered a spinal cord injury and was diagnosed as a C 4/5 ASIA A Complete.


Nakia’s Story

Meet Nakia, she is a 33-year-old woman who loves spending time with her seven nephews and one beautiful niece. She loves eating, shopping, and watching movies. In high school, Nakia was active with cheerleading and volleyball. In 2007 Nakia was involved in a motor vehicle accident that broke her neck, bones in the left side of her face cracked her skull, and a ruptured her spleen. The doctors didn't think she would make it through the night, and she was in a coma for a month. Nakia woke up with a T4 spinal cord injury.