In Keith Barney's territory, it's what you can do that counts

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Publication Type Journal Article
Department Office of Public Affairs, University Health Care
Creator Chachas, Mary
Title In Keith Barney's territory, it's what you can do that counts
Date 2001-09
Description One of eight children, Barney remembers that he was very lonely and somewhat sad during his hospital stay. "Nobody sat me down and told me I was paralyzed," he recalled. "They were ambiguous with the information they gave me and sort of let me figure it out by myself. At 14, I wanted to believe one thing-that I would be all right-but I put the facts together, the little pieces, figuring out what my future would be." Back home in Idaho Falls, Idaho, he graduated from high school and "amazed Dad," who worried that Barney wouldn't have the necessary attention span for classes. He gives his father credit for believing that education was the equalizer and encouraging him to continue school.
Type Text
Publisher University of Utah Health Sciences Center
Volume 25
Issue 3
First Page 14
Last Page 16
Subject Rehabilitation Therapy; Wheelchairs; Sports
Subject MESH Spinal Cord Injuries; Sports
Language eng
Bibliographic Citation Chachas, M. In Keith Barney's Territory, It's What You Can Do That Counts. Health Sciences Report. 2001 25(3):14-16
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Date Created 2012-06-13
Date Modified 2021-05-06
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