Family and friends of Jason Holdahl are raising money to pay for uninsured medical expenses and home accesible addition associated with his spinal cord injury. Jason lives in Woodland, WA.
Jason has chosen to fundraise with HelpHOPELive in part because they provides both tax-deductibility and fiscal accountability to his contributors. Contributors can be sure that funds contributed will be used only to pay or reimburse medically-related expenses. Thanks for your support!
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April 11, 2010
Hi Jason, I am a recovering para with my injury at t-4. I was injured on Columbus Day 04. t-4 complete sever ASIA A. I spent 5 1/2 months in the rehab section of swmc. In my soul I knew I wasn't going to stay that way. I did recover and can walk with 2 4-pronged canes. My goal is to walk unaided. Please don't give up. Have you had dreams of you walking? There a motivational speaker named Pat Rummersfield. He is a quad who had return after a few years. He is the first quad to becme fully fuctional. He has a couple of web sites. Just type in his name. There is a wonderful rehab center in california called Project Walk and the just happen to have a sattelite in Beaverton or somewhere in the sw hills. They treat paralyse with out-of-the box therapies. Anyway best of luck and I think we are going to buy one of the action tractors. I want the camo one and I want the camo wheels too. I live in Vancouver and we are the ones who give the eggs. Believe me I wouldn't know what to do with all our eggs.
Barbara Johnson Vancouver
March 31, 2010
Hello Jason it has been a long time since we have seen each other but i hope all is well i made a donation to help u get a new wheel chair it isn't much but every bit helps i am sure u look good and it sounds like u have been busy! I wish u all the luck and i think and pray for u from time to time. Your friend Kevin Strickland