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About the author: Phyllis Woolf

‘We are all disabled in some way. Mine you can just see.’

Phyllis Woolf uses a motorized scooter to get around, and her movement is extremely restricted. But even with a body that barely moves, you can free your mind. This is her journey from trying to survive to learning to thrive. Against all odds, she goes on to face her demons, get a degree, build a house, parasail, scuba dive, swim with dolphins, ride an elephant, travel the world and even scramble an egg!

Sassy, but warm, funny and deeply insightful, she uses her own life as an example of what we can achieve if we take responsibility for who we are. In a society obsessed by material things, she is a constant reminder that we are not defined merely by our physical appearance, but also by the capacity of our minds and spirit. Her insights offer profound inspiration and perspective for us all – disabled or not.

‘Celebrate your achievements – no matter how big or small'

 

About the book: 31 Years to Peel a Banana

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How do you free your mind if you are trapped in a body that barely moves?

Phyllis Woolf is an inspiration. She lives with Cerebal Palsy and is quadriplegic. With partial use of her right hand, the rest of her body is inert. She uses a motorised scooter to get around, and her movement is extremely restricted.

This is her journey from trying to survive to learning to thrive. Against all odds, she goes on to face her demons, get a degree, build a house, parasail, scuba dive, swim with dolphins, ride an elephant, travel the world.

Sassy, but warm, funny and deeply insightful, she uses her own life as an example of what we can achieve if we take responsibility for who we are. In a society obsessed by material things, she is a constant reminder that we are not defined merely by our physical appearance, but also by the capacity of our minds and spirit. Her insights offer profound inspiration and perspective for us all – disabled or not.

‘Every one of us have a disability of some kind – mine we can see!'

 

 

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