Can-Do-Ability: Answers and Solutions from my personal experiences of living with a disability

My Mate Emma

16 Jun 2014There is this amazing chick that works at NOVA Employment's Transition to Work Program, who lights up any room she walks into. Emma has this great bubbly personality, has a warm heart and makes you want to jump up and give her a big hug when you see her.

Emma talks a mile a minute and always puts a smile on my face. Having studied personal training, she is super fit! Her life long love of Hockey and her passion for umpiring really shows that her ‘the sky's the limit' attitude is what she lives by even though she lives with a hearing impairment she has had from birth.

Emma is an awesome role model for her trainees and the people she works with.

You can read more of Emma's hockey adventures here:

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