Website Administrator / Thursday, February 4, 2010 / Categories: Individual Stories Randy Neuman Randy joined the Spectrum for Living family in 1999. Randy originally came to the Closter Intermediate Care Facility (ICF) from residing at home with her mother. There are no obstacles that get in her way. Randy, even in a wheelchair, doesn’t let that get in her way of enjoying parasailing, horseback riding and many other interests. While in the Closter ICF, Randy learned many independent living skills. She met with a job coach who assisted her in finding an appropriate job within the community that would be wheelchair accessible. Randy later moved to a supervised apartment where she continues to lead a more independent life, and continues to grow. In addition to all Randy has done, she also wanted to be an active community member, attending the CERT (Community Emergency Response Team) program, where she learned basic training of how to respond in a catastrophic disaster. Randy’s impressive list of qualities and achievements goes on and on. This is exactly why she has served as a spokesperson for Spectrum for Living. Randy is a wonderful example of someone who lives life to the fullest and motivates others about possibilities in life. Previous Article ABCD Newletter February 2010 Next Article David Maas Print 221 Rate this article: No rating Please login or register to post comments.