Charlie was diagnosed with polio in 1944 when he was only 6 years of age. Not only does he have the perspective of living with a disability for over 70 years, but he also brings prior work experience and knowledge in accessible design. He is a well-known advocate for accessibility and has served on multiple city boards in his community.
Charlie offers a unique perspective as he discusses his life living with a disability prior to the issue of access and the ADA even being addressed. He shares a wealth of information regarding the design of homes, the community, and general advice for living life more fully.
Location: Waynesboro, Virginia, United States
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