EmployAble Pilot Study, Yay!!!

I was invited by Going Home Plus to participate in the EmployAble Pilot Study. EmployAble is a model Virtual Employment Orientation, Training, Resource and Support Center. It is funded by the Kessler Foundation and has been developed by the Center on Disability Studies at the University of Hawaii. Securing employment post injury can often be a barrier to independence. This study will produce a format to follow providing another lane to the superhighway of fast tracking newly injured and disabled through transitioning to independent living. It’s so exciting to be working with Going Home and how proactive they are to this focus. I’m also proud to help tomorrows disabled have more opportunities at a better way of life. Be on the lookout, we have a few other amazing pilot programs developing in the near future.

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About DamonBoiser

My name is Damon Boiser I'm an Extreme Athlete for Mogo Wheelchairs. In 2003 I was injured in a diving accident in Hawaii. I'm an SCI wheelchair user. I've never lost sight of the funnier side of life and always maintain an upbeat charge 'em attitude. I've found joy in surfing and swimming, as well as martial arts. I created the tournament division in the Karate in Hawaii and took gold. I've also discovered the exhilarating sport of skydiving and am completely hooked! I enjoy rappelling too. Anything extreme I'll give it a go! Drive and passion for life inspires us to continue to push our boundaries. Anything is possible.. Aloha

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