Struggling with Serendipity shares a mom’s crisis, a daughter’s paralysis, and a road of hope–from a small town in Ohio to Harvard and around the world. This memoir is 420 pages, 6.7 inches x 9.6 inches, and weighs 1.5 pounds, with photographs, a resource guide, and a Foreword by Dr. Ariana Vora, Asst. Professor at Harvard Medical School.
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Cindy Kolbe has been a lifelong disability advocate, even before her youngest daughter’s spinal cord injury. She ran a non-profit, managed group homes, and taught literacy to adults with disabilities at a state institution. An active volunteer, she served on the Ohio Swimming Board of Directors as Adapted Chairperson for swimmers with a disability. She is a Peer Mentor, Guest Blogger, and Regional Champion for the Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation. She supports other Warrior Momz and the international nonprofit AbleThrive, in addition to mental health nonprofits. She also provided four years of personal care after Beth’s spinal cord injury.
Cindy is a mom on a mission to share the power of hope and connection. Since March of 2016, Cindy published 52 articles related to disability and mental health in many different media. She frequents radio shows and podcasts. She also writes a popular blog and her new memoir, Struggling with Serendipity, is available everywhere books are sold.