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A Musical Match
CICOA client Tori wanted to try music therapy. Claire Riley, a student at Ball State University studying psychology and music, wanted to learn how to use music therapy techniques. A family friend suggested that Claire volunteer with CICOA, and she...
Cycling Accident Changes Life
Stephen, 62, once held a successful career in commercial real estate with Marsh Supermarkets. He enjoyed travel, history, architecture, anything in the Country French style, and music. All that changed in September 2007 while riding a bicycle through a golf...
Twins Love 'Girlie' Stuff
Shailyn and Kaitlyn are 9-year-old twins who love "girlie stuff" -- makeup, clothes, shopping, anything pink. They enjoy music, particularly Hannah Montana and Katy Perry. And they enjoy being outdoors, riding on the back of their dad's golf cart, outfitted...
Carlos Finds Support to Live Independently Again
Carlos was a social worker living in Florida three years ago when he became ill with a spinal infection. His doctors gave him no hope to live and sent him home to die. A brother, who lives in Indianapolis, flew...
What She Lacks in Mobility, She Makes Up for in Attitude
Elizabeth was paralyzed in June 2000 when a car ran a red light, t-boning her Chevy Blazer. Her car rolled seven times, throwing Elizabeth out the driver-side window and pinning her underneath. Diagnosed with quadriplegia because of the location of...
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