Tune in to Move United’s poodcast called, ‘Redefining Disbability’ to hear Shaun Butcher interview Joe Stone about outdoor recreation and disability. In 2010, Joe Stone nearly died after crashing into a mountain at almost 50 MPH while speed flying, a form of paragliding. The accident left him with a spinal cord injury leaving him paralyzed from the chest down and with impairment in both his hands. Joe’s work has been focused on bridging the gap between people with and without disabilities through outdoor recreation and has traveled the country speaking and serving as an advocate for people with disabilities.

The podcast is available above via Spotify. Or find it wherever you get your podcasts- just search for Redefining Disability or check out one of the links below:

Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/redefining-disability/id1553309892
TuneIn: http://tun.in/pkdpm
Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/2fbVqI5cYZpqXEP4BZsVpv?si=fASCm-FuTYizEmLg–ox9g
Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08JJT15ZR/ref=cm_sw_em_r_mt_dp_AEEBYR67FWS7Y6YVW53T
Stitcher: https://www.stitcher.com/show/redefining-disability

About Shaun Butcher:
Shaun Butcher is the ‘Chief Storyteller’ at Move United, where he’s responsible for managing the communications and marketing for this national nonprofit organization that works to improve the lives of wounded warriors, youth and adults with disabilities by providing sports and recreation opportunities. He serves as editor of Challenge magazine, the nation’s leading adaptive sports magazine that is printed three times a year with a circulation of over 32,000. He also handle logistics for special activities including the annual Honoring America’s Wounded Warfighters Dinner in New York City, The Hartford Ski Spectacular, the Disabled Snow Sports Hall of Fame Awards, and others; and oversees promotional materials, electronic newsletters, press releases, annual reports, social media, and other branding tools.

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