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“From playing sport to figuring out parenting in a wheelchair, “challenges come in various forms” when you’re disabled.” Stuff’s Olivia Shivas interviewed our incoming CE, Dan Buckingham about his upcoming role at Able, and his dreams for a fully inclusive society.

Read the full interview here: https://www.stuff.co.nz/pou-tiaki/128455297/dreaming-of-a-fully-inclusive-society-from-rugby-to-parenting-to-ceo-in-a-wheelchair.

 

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