International author, speaker and educator, Susan Wheeler-Hall holds an honours degree in social work and has been writing and publishing resources on: disability issues, health care, psychology and personal development since 1987. In recognition of her work she is the recipient of several awards.
Experiencing her life with Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease (CMT) a progressive neuromuscular disorder, has not deterred Susan from seizing life’s opportunities in order to realize her ambitions and dreams.
To learn about Susan's counselling/coaching services, online health and writing courses, and writings samples view the following websites:
http://www.accessibilitymatters.ca (radio show)
Susan Wheeler brings a voice to the unspoken words shared by many abuse survivors who experience their life with physical disabilities. Her portrayal of resilience redefines the term survival of the fittest. This is an inspiring and thought-provoking read.