KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Overcoming hardship dominated the discussions held throughout day three of the NAPT summit.
Jeff Bauman, a double amputee who lost both his legs in the 2013 Boston Marathon Bombing, shared his journey from the hospital bed to becoming a father and inspriation to millions of Americans. Artist Richard Hight detailed his life raising a children with special needs and how uniqueness can turn into value, as people should focus on theirs strengths instead of dwelling on weaknesses.
A number of delegates also tossed their hats into the ring to join the NAPT board of directors.
You can find daily recaps of workshops and general sessions at both NAPT and NASDPTS on Sunday in the Latest News section of the STN website.
Photos courtesy of Sean Gallagher, Tony Corpin & Ryan Gray
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