'We are keeping people in their homes': United Way celebrates ‘A Brush with Kindness’ program
BEMIDJI -- After an accident left him a paraplegic, a local man was concerned that, with his young kids in upstairs bedrooms, he would never be able to get to them in case of a fire.
A wheelchair-bound woman was likely headed to a nursing home, unable to be released from the hospital to her house because there was no ramp at her home.
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