Thu, 27 December 2018
The guest for this episode is Shelley Ann Morris. Shelley is an administrative assistant receptionist who assists people who are blind. She volunteers at CKCU FM and hosts the show Welcome to My World. Shelley is a triathlete who does sprints and Olympic distance triathlons. She was born with significant vision loss.
In this conversation, you will hear Shelley talk about being diagnosed at age 44, and she explains how being born with a vision disability gave her the skills and tools to cope with ADHD. Shelley talks about coming out of the “dark days” and how connecting with a coach and counselor, she was able to find success in the workplace and life.
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