Friday March 31st, 2023 6:37PM

LISTEN: How I See It: A Personal and Historical View of Disability

By Bill Maine Executive Vice President & General Manager

According to the C.D.C, 61 million adults in the U.S. live with some kind of disability. What do you do when you are one of those? Penny Mishkin M.S. is one of those and she joined us on Maine Street to talk about she didn't let it keep her from becoming a successful Occupational Therapist. 

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