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Grace pictured with one of her friends. MEET THE inspiring musician and artist who is proving that she is still able to pursue her dreams by playing PIANO AND PAINTING with her MOUTH after a rare ILLNESS left her PARALYSED from the NECK DOWN. University student, musician and painter, Grace Fisher (21) from California, USA, was celebrating her 17th birthday when she began to feel extreme pain in her neck and tingling in her arms. She was rushed to the hospital and within just 15 minutes, she lost the ability to walk. A few weeks later she was diagnosed with a rare polio-like illness called acute flaccid myelitis. She had to have steroid treatments, plasmapheresis, intravenous immunoglobulin therapy and even chemotherapy. Her diagnosis devastated her as she was told that she was paralysed from the neck down. Grace has always been passionate about composing and playing musical instruments including piano and guitar as well as painting. Due to being paralysed, she could no longer live out her hobbies. While she was in rehab at Craig Hospital, she had a dream that she could still play the piano and paint using a mouth stick. This was enough for her to try it out with a music therapist at the hospital. Since then she has been accepted into the University of California Santa Barbara where she is studying musical composition and has also set up a foundation that provides music and art therapy to other kids with physical and cognitive disabilities called the Grace Fisher Foundation. She now wants to raise awareness of her story and be an inspiration to people with disabilities to show that it is possible to live out their dreams regardless of a disability. mediadrumworld.com / Grace Fisher
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Grace pictured (left) with other members of her foundation. MEET THE inspiring musician and artist who is proving that she is still able to pursue her dreams by playing PIANO AND PAINTING with her MOUTH after a rare ILLNESS left her PARALYSED from the NECK DOWN. University student, musician and painter, Grace Fisher (21) from California, USA, was celebrating her 17th birthday when she began to feel extreme pain in her neck and tingling in her arms. She was rushed to the hospital and within just 15 minutes, she lost the ability to walk. A few weeks later she was diagnosed with a rare polio-like illness called acute flaccid myelitis. She had to have steroid treatments, plasmapheresis, intravenous immunoglobulin therapy and even chemotherapy. Her diagnosis devastated her as she was told that she was paralysed from the neck down. Grace has always been passionate about composing and playing musical instruments including piano and guitar as well as painting. Due to being paralysed, she could no longer live out her hobbies. While she was in rehab at Craig Hospital, she had a dream that she could still play the piano and paint using a mouth stick. This was enough for her to try it out with a music therapist at the hospital. Since then she has been accepted into the University of California Santa Barbara where she is studying musical composition and has also set up a foundation that provides music and art therapy to other kids with physical and cognitive disabilities called the Grace Fisher Foundation. She now wants to raise awareness of her story and be an inspiration to people with disabilities to show that it is possible to live out their dreams regardless of a disability. mediadrumworld.com / Grace Fisher
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Grace pictured expertly painting with her mouth stick. MEET THE inspiring musician and artist who is proving that she is still able to pursue her dreams by playing PIANO AND PAINTING with her MOUTH after a rare ILLNESS left her PARALYSED from the NECK DOWN. University student, musician and painter, Grace Fisher (21) from California, USA, was celebrating her 17th birthday when she began to feel extreme pain in her neck and tingling in her arms. She was rushed to the hospital and within just 15 minutes, she lost the ability to walk. A few weeks later she was diagnosed with a rare polio-like illness called acute flaccid myelitis. She had to have steroid treatments, plasmapheresis, intravenous immunoglobulin therapy and even chemotherapy. Her diagnosis devastated her as she was told that she was paralysed from the neck down. Grace has always been passionate about composing and playing musical instruments including piano and guitar as well as painting. Due to being paralysed, she could no longer live out her hobbies. While she was in rehab at Craig Hospital, she had a dream that she could still play the piano and paint using a mouth stick. This was enough for her to try it out with a music therapist at the hospital. Since then she has been accepted into the University of California Santa Barbara where she is studying musical composition and has also set up a foundation that provides music and art therapy to other kids with physical and cognitive disabilities called the Grace Fisher Foundation. She now wants to raise awareness of her story and be an inspiration to people with disabilities to show that it is possible to live out their dreams regardless of a disability. mediadrumworld.com / Grace Fisher
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Grace pictured ???mouth painting???. MEET THE inspiring musician and artist who is proving that she is still able to pursue her dreams by playing PIANO AND PAINTING with her MOUTH after a rare ILLNESS left her PARALYSED from the NECK DOWN. University student, musician and painter, Grace Fisher (21) from California, USA, was celebrating her 17th birthday when she began to feel extreme pain in her neck and tingling in her arms. She was rushed to the hospital and within just 15 minutes, she lost the ability to walk. A few weeks later she was diagnosed with a rare polio-like illness called acute flaccid myelitis. She had to have steroid treatments, plasmapheresis, intravenous immunoglobulin therapy and even chemotherapy. Her diagnosis devastated her as she was told that she was paralysed from the neck down. Grace has always been passionate about composing and playing musical instruments including piano and guitar as well as painting. Due to being paralysed, she could no longer live out her hobbies. While she was in rehab at Craig Hospital, she had a dream that she could still play the piano and paint using a mouth stick. This was enough for her to try it out with a music therapist at the hospital. Since then she has been accepted into the University of California Santa Barbara where she is studying musical composition and has also set up a foundation that provides music and art therapy to other kids with physical and cognitive disabilities called the Grace Fisher Foundation. She now wants to raise awareness of her story and be an inspiration to people with disabilities to show that it is possible to live out their dreams regardless of a disability. mediadrumworld.com / Grace Fisher
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Grace pictured in her wheelchair walking her dog. MEET THE inspiring musician and artist who is proving that she is still able to pursue her dreams by playing PIANO AND PAINTING with her MOUTH after a rare ILLNESS left her PARALYSED from the NECK DOWN. University student, musician and painter, Grace Fisher (21) from California, USA, was celebrating her 17th birthday when she began to feel extreme pain in her neck and tingling in her arms. She was rushed to the hospital and within just 15 minutes, she lost the ability to walk. A few weeks later she was diagnosed with a rare polio-like illness called acute flaccid myelitis. She had to have steroid treatments, plasmapheresis, intravenous immunoglobulin therapy and even chemotherapy. Her diagnosis devastated her as she was told that she was paralysed from the neck down. Grace has always been passionate about composing and playing musical instruments including piano and guitar as well as painting. Due to being paralysed, she could no longer live out her hobbies. While she was in rehab at Craig Hospital, she had a dream that she could still play the piano and paint using a mouth stick. This was enough for her to try it out with a music therapist at the hospital. Since then she has been accepted into the University of California Santa Barbara where she is studying musical composition and has also set up a foundation that provides music and art therapy to other kids with physical and cognitive disabilities called the Grace Fisher Foundation. She now wants to raise awareness of her story and be an inspiration to people with disabilities to show that it is possible to live out their dreams regardless of a disability. mediadrumworld.com / Grace Fisher
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Grace pictured in hospital with a friend at the time she was first paralysed. MEET THE inspiring musician and artist who is proving that she is still able to pursue her dreams by playing PIANO AND PAINTING with her MOUTH after a rare ILLNESS left her PARALYSED from the NECK DOWN. University student, musician and painter, Grace Fisher (21) from California, USA, was celebrating her 17th birthday when she began to feel extreme pain in her neck and tingling in her arms. She was rushed to the hospital and within just 15 minutes, she lost the ability to walk. A few weeks later she was diagnosed with a rare polio-like illness called acute flaccid myelitis. She had to have steroid treatments, plasmapheresis, intravenous immunoglobulin therapy and even chemotherapy. Her diagnosis devastated her as she was told that she was paralysed from the neck down. Grace has always been passionate about composing and playing musical instruments including piano and guitar as well as painting. Due to being paralysed, she could no longer live out her hobbies. While she was in rehab at Craig Hospital, she had a dream that she could still play the piano and paint using a mouth stick. This was enough for her to try it out with a music therapist at the hospital. Since then she has been accepted into the University of California Santa Barbara where she is studying musical composition and has also set up a foundation that provides music and art therapy to other kids with physical and cognitive disabilities called the Grace Fisher Foundation. She now wants to raise awareness of her story and be an inspiration to people with disabilities to show that it is possible to live out their dreams regardless of a disability. mediadrumworld.com / Grace Fisher
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Grace pictured with members of the Grace Fisher Foundation. MEET THE inspiring musician and artist who is proving that she is still able to pursue her dreams by playing PIANO AND PAINTING with her MOUTH after a rare ILLNESS left her PARALYSED from the NECK DOWN. University student, musician and painter, Grace Fisher (21) from California, USA, was celebrating her 17th birthday when she began to feel extreme pain in her neck and tingling in her arms. She was rushed to the hospital and within just 15 minutes, she lost the ability to walk. A few weeks later she was diagnosed with a rare polio-like illness called acute flaccid myelitis. She had to have steroid treatments, plasmapheresis, intravenous immunoglobulin therapy and even chemotherapy. Her diagnosis devastated her as she was told that she was paralysed from the neck down. Grace has always been passionate about composing and playing musical instruments including piano and guitar as well as painting. Due to being paralysed, she could no longer live out her hobbies. While she was in rehab at Craig Hospital, she had a dream that she could still play the piano and paint using a mouth stick. This was enough for her to try it out with a music therapist at the hospital. Since then she has been accepted into the University of California Santa Barbara where she is studying musical composition and has also set up a foundation that provides music and art therapy to other kids with physical and cognitive disabilities called the Grace Fisher Foundation. She now wants to raise awareness of her story and be an inspiration to people with disabilities to show that it is possible to live out their dreams regardless of a disability. mediadrumworld.com / Grace Fisher
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Grace pictured composing music. MEET THE inspiring musician and artist who is proving that she is still able to pursue her dreams by playing PIANO AND PAINTING with her MOUTH after a rare ILLNESS left her PARALYSED from the NECK DOWN. University student, musician and painter, Grace Fisher (21) from California, USA, was celebrating her 17th birthday when she began to feel extreme pain in her neck and tingling in her arms. She was rushed to the hospital and within just 15 minutes, she lost the ability to walk. A few weeks later she was diagnosed with a rare polio-like illness called acute flaccid myelitis. She had to have steroid treatments, plasmapheresis, intravenous immunoglobulin therapy and even chemotherapy. Her diagnosis devastated her as she was told that she was paralysed from the neck down. Grace has always been passionate about composing and playing musical instruments including piano and guitar as well as painting. Due to being paralysed, she could no longer live out her hobbies. While she was in rehab at Craig Hospital, she had a dream that she could still play the piano and paint using a mouth stick. This was enough for her to try it out with a music therapist at the hospital. Since then she has been accepted into the University of California Santa Barbara where she is studying musical composition and has also set up a foundation that provides music and art therapy to other kids with physical and cognitive disabilities called the Grace Fisher Foundation. She now wants to raise awareness of her story and be an inspiration to people with disabilities to show that it is possible to live out their dreams regardless of a disability. mediadrumworld.com / Grace Fisher
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Grace pictured painting with her mouth. MEET THE inspiring musician and artist who is proving that she is still able to pursue her dreams by playing PIANO AND PAINTING with her MOUTH after a rare ILLNESS left her PARALYSED from the NECK DOWN. University student, musician and painter, Grace Fisher (21) from California, USA, was celebrating her 17th birthday when she began to feel extreme pain in her neck and tingling in her arms. She was rushed to the hospital and within just 15 minutes, she lost the ability to walk. A few weeks later she was diagnosed with a rare polio-like illness called acute flaccid myelitis. She had to have steroid treatments, plasmapheresis, intravenous immunoglobulin therapy and even chemotherapy. Her diagnosis devastated her as she was told that she was paralysed from the neck down. Grace has always been passionate about composing and playing musical instruments including piano and guitar as well as painting. Due to being paralysed, she could no longer live out her hobbies. While she was in rehab at Craig Hospital, she had a dream that she could still play the piano and paint using a mouth stick. This was enough for her to try it out with a music therapist at the hospital. Since then she has been accepted into the University of California Santa Barbara where she is studying musical composition and has also set up a foundation that provides music and art therapy to other kids with physical and cognitive disabilities called the Grace Fisher Foundation. She now wants to raise awareness of her story and be an inspiration to people with disabilities to show that it is possible to live out their dreams regardless of a disability. mediadrumworld.com / Grace Fisher
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Grace pictured painting proving that no disability should stop you from following your dreams. MEET THE inspiring musician and artist who is proving that she is still able to pursue her dreams by playing PIANO AND PAINTING with her MOUTH after a rare ILLNESS left her PARALYSED from the NECK DOWN. University student, musician and painter, Grace Fisher (21) from California, USA, was celebrating her 17th birthday when she began to feel extreme pain in her neck and tingling in her arms. She was rushed to the hospital and within just 15 minutes, she lost the ability to walk. A few weeks later she was diagnosed with a rare polio-like illness called acute flaccid myelitis. She had to have steroid treatments, plasmapheresis, intravenous immunoglobulin therapy and even chemotherapy. Her diagnosis devastated her as she was told that she was paralysed from the neck down. Grace has always been passionate about composing and playing musical instruments including piano and guitar as well as painting. Due to being paralysed, she could no longer live out her hobbies. While she was in rehab at Craig Hospital, she had a dream that she could still play the piano and paint using a mouth stick. This was enough for her to try it out with a music therapist at the hospital. Since then she has been accepted into the University of California Santa Barbara where she is studying musical composition and has also set up a foundation that provides music and art therapy to other kids with physical and cognitive disabilities called the Grace Fisher Foundation. She now wants to raise awareness of her story and be an inspiration to people with disabilities to show that it is possible to live out their dreams regardless of a disability. mediadrumworld.com / Grace Fisher
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Grace pictured with a young boy who is helped by her foundation. MEET THE inspiring musician and artist who is proving that she is still able to pursue her dreams by playing PIANO AND PAINTING with her MOUTH after a rare ILLNESS left her PARALYSED from the NECK DOWN. University student, musician and painter, Grace Fisher (21) from California, USA, was celebrating her 17th birthday when she began to feel extreme pain in her neck and tingling in her arms. She was rushed to the hospital and within just 15 minutes, she lost the ability to walk. A few weeks later she was diagnosed with a rare polio-like illness called acute flaccid myelitis. She had to have steroid treatments, plasmapheresis, intravenous immunoglobulin therapy and even chemotherapy. Her diagnosis devastated her as she was told that she was paralysed from the neck down. Grace has always been passionate about composing and playing musical instruments including piano and guitar as well as painting. Due to being paralysed, she could no longer live out her hobbies. While she was in rehab at Craig Hospital, she had a dream that she could still play the piano and paint using a mouth stick. This was enough for her to try it out with a music therapist at the hospital. Since then she has been accepted into the University of California Santa Barbara where she is studying musical composition and has also set up a foundation that provides music and art therapy to other kids with physical and cognitive disabilities called the Grace Fisher Foundation. She now wants to raise awareness of her story and be an inspiration to people with disabilities to show that it is possible to live out their dreams regardless of a disability. mediadrumworld.com / Grace Fisher
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Grace pictured playing piano with the mouth stick. MEET THE inspiring musician and artist who is proving that she is still able to pursue her dreams by playing PIANO AND PAINTING with her MOUTH after a rare ILLNESS left her PARALYSED from the NECK DOWN. University student, musician and painter, Grace Fisher (21) from California, USA, was celebrating her 17th birthday when she began to feel extreme pain in her neck and tingling in her arms. She was rushed to the hospital and within just 15 minutes, she lost the ability to walk. A few weeks later she was diagnosed with a rare polio-like illness called acute flaccid myelitis. She had to have steroid treatments, plasmapheresis, intravenous immunoglobulin therapy and even chemotherapy. Her diagnosis devastated her as she was told that she was paralysed from the neck down. Grace has always been passionate about composing and playing musical instruments including piano and guitar as well as painting. Due to being paralysed, she could no longer live out her hobbies. While she was in rehab at Craig Hospital, she had a dream that she could still play the piano and paint using a mouth stick. This was enough for her to try it out with a music therapist at the hospital. Since then she has been accepted into the University of California Santa Barbara where she is studying musical composition and has also set up a foundation that provides music and art therapy to other kids with physical and cognitive disabilities called the Grace Fisher Foundation. She now wants to raise awareness of her story and be an inspiration to people with disabilities to show that it is possible to live out their dreams regardless of a disability. mediadrumworld.com / Grace Fisher
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Grace pictured at 17 at the time of her paralysis. MEET THE inspiring musician and artist who is proving that she is still able to pursue her dreams by playing PIANO AND PAINTING with her MOUTH after a rare ILLNESS left her PARALYSED from the NECK DOWN. University student, musician and painter, Grace Fisher (21) from California, USA, was celebrating her 17th birthday when she began to feel extreme pain in her neck and tingling in her arms. She was rushed to the hospital and within just 15 minutes, she lost the ability to walk. A few weeks later she was diagnosed with a rare polio-like illness called acute flaccid myelitis. She had to have steroid treatments, plasmapheresis, intravenous immunoglobulin therapy and even chemotherapy. Her diagnosis devastated her as she was told that she was paralysed from the neck down. Grace has always been passionate about composing and playing musical instruments including piano and guitar as well as painting. Due to being paralysed, she could no longer live out her hobbies. While she was in rehab at Craig Hospital, she had a dream that she could still play the piano and paint using a mouth stick. This was enough for her to try it out with a music therapist at the hospital. Since then she has been accepted into the University of California Santa Barbara where she is studying musical composition and has also set up a foundation that provides music and art therapy to other kids with physical and cognitive disabilities called the Grace Fisher Foundation. She now wants to raise awareness of her story and be an inspiration to people with disabilities to show that it is possible to live out their dreams regardless of a disability. mediadrumworld.com / Grace Fisher
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Grace pictured (right) with her sibling. MEET THE inspiring musician and artist who is proving that she is still able to pursue her dreams by playing PIANO AND PAINTING with her MOUTH after a rare ILLNESS left her PARALYSED from the NECK DOWN. University student, musician and painter, Grace Fisher (21) from California, USA, was celebrating her 17th birthday when she began to feel extreme pain in her neck and tingling in her arms. She was rushed to the hospital and within just 15 minutes, she lost the ability to walk. A few weeks later she was diagnosed with a rare polio-like illness called acute flaccid myelitis. She had to have steroid treatments, plasmapheresis, intravenous immunoglobulin therapy and even chemotherapy. Her diagnosis devastated her as she was told that she was paralysed from the neck down. Grace has always been passionate about composing and playing musical instruments including piano and guitar as well as painting. Due to being paralysed, she could no longer live out her hobbies. While she was in rehab at Craig Hospital, she had a dream that she could still play the piano and paint using a mouth stick. This was enough for her to try it out with a music therapist at the hospital. Since then she has been accepted into the University of California Santa Barbara where she is studying musical composition and has also set up a foundation that provides music and art therapy to other kids with physical and cognitive disabilities called the Grace Fisher Foundation. She now wants to raise awareness of her story and be an inspiration to people with disabilities to show that it is possible to live out their dreams regardless of a disability. mediadrumworld.com / Grace Fisher
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The outpouring support she has received since she was paralysed. MEET THE inspiring musician and artist who is proving that she is still able to pursue her dreams by playing PIANO AND PAINTING with her MOUTH after a rare ILLNESS left her PARALYSED from the NECK DOWN. University student, musician and painter, Grace Fisher (21) from California, USA, was celebrating her 17th birthday when she began to feel extreme pain in her neck and tingling in her arms. She was rushed to the hospital and within just 15 minutes, she lost the ability to walk. A few weeks later she was diagnosed with a rare polio-like illness called acute flaccid myelitis. She had to have steroid treatments, plasmapheresis, intravenous immunoglobulin therapy and even chemotherapy. Her diagnosis devastated her as she was told that she was paralysed from the neck down. Grace has always been passionate about composing and playing musical instruments including piano and guitar as well as painting. Due to being paralysed, she could no longer live out her hobbies. While she was in rehab at Craig Hospital, she had a dream that she could still play the piano and paint using a mouth stick. This was enough for her to try it out with a music therapist at the hospital. Since then she has been accepted into the University of California Santa Barbara where she is studying musical composition and has also set up a foundation that provides music and art therapy to other kids with physical and cognitive disabilities called the Grace Fisher Foundation. She now wants to raise awareness of her story and be an inspiration to people with disabilities to show that it is possible to live out their dreams regardless of a disability. mediadrumworld.com / Grace Fisher

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