On August 15, 2015 Kevin Dusablon’s life changed forever following a serious car accident that left him paralyzed from the shoulders down. Kevin was diagnosed with quadriplegia, having sustained damage to the C4 vertebrae of his spine. Kevin (20) attended the University of New Hampshire and is the oldest of Dineen and Steven Dusablon’s three children.
After three weeks at Beth Israel Hospital in Boston, including two surgeries, Kevin was transferred to Spaulding Rehabilitation in Charlestown. He has received excellent care and could be heading home as soon as late November. Kevin is in good spirits, working hard every day despite ongoing challenges and is determined to make as much progress as possible. He is very driven to gain independence and live a long and full life.
April 5, 2016
Kevin’s campaign was in the news: http://www.itemlive.com/news/city-comes-together-for-kevin/
April 15, 2016
Dineen I just learned about the accident. Please know you, Steve and Kevin will be in my prayers.
April 9, 2016
Hi Kevin, I read the story about your injury in the Lynn Item. I am moved by your strength. I will pray for your continued progress and recovery. I have a friend whose son is paralyzed from a high school football injury. I believe he goes to UNH as well. He is a remarkable young man and you are too. You have a great attitude and that helps with the recovery process. They are making leaps and bounds with spinal cord rehabilitation which I'm sure you know. I wish you the best of luck and a full recovery.
April 9, 2016
Kevin, I hope you recovery goes well. Never give up in striving for your goals because any progress made set you one step ahead of yesterday. Stay strong Kev!
April 1, 2016
Thinking of all of you during this challenging time. The strength you all have shown through this is inspiring to us all. Stay strong Dusablons!