People Who Make a Difference
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This month’s issue shares stories of injured people and their families who decided to make a difference in protecting the health, safety, and legal rights of others.
One hero profiled this month is Amy Van Dyken, an American swimmer (seen in the photo above) who won six gold medals in the Olympics. In 2014, Amy was paralyzed from the waist down when she fell off her ATV. Drawing on the strength and will power that makes her an Olympic champion, Amy launched the Amy Van Dyken Foundation to raise money and awareness for people with spinal cord injuries who cannot afford badly needed medical equipment.
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