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Sue is a volunteer at LiveBetter, having found out about volunteering through the Brain Injury Unit at Bathurst Hospital. Sue obtained her acquired brain injury after suffering a stroke four years ago.
Stephen, or Stevie as he is fondly known, has been a participant of LiveBetter's Active Participation Program, formerly known as Day Program, since 2011.
“People with a disability that do sport, they don't think about what they don't have but try to get better with what they do have. That is the same for me.”
— Johan Cruyff
“I don’t believe you have to be better than everybody else. I believe you have to be better than you ever thought you could be.”
— Ken Venturi