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Peer Connections: A Remarkable Life After SCI

Wednesday, January 25, 2023

As a young adult, Wendy Murphy survived a serious car accident that left her with a spinal cord injury. She has carried on with a tenacious spirit, and her life and career choices have been anything but conventional. After she established herself as a sought-after model with a number of department stores and other high-profile advertisers, she moved on to commercial and acting roles.

Her biggest achievement was finding her place in front of the camera as a broadcast journalist for eight years with City TV.

Today, Wendy is a Health Coach at the University of Toronto. She guides people living with spinal cord injury with a focus on making healthy choices and sustaining a long-term health plan. With decades of experience living with a disability, Wendy is able to share her long-term knowledge. She finds it a fulfilling way to give back, to a community she fully understands and belongs to.

Wendy will be introducing her memoir ‘Wendy Murphy’s Law: Whatever Can Go Wrong Can Be Made Right’ and reading excerpts from her book.

Date of Workshop: Wednesday, January 25, 2023

Time of Workshop: 6:00- 7:00pm

Location: Zoom meeting. Please register for login information.

For more information:
Click here for our online workshop FAQ or contact

Jaspreet Dhaliwal
1-877-422-1112 ext 263
[email protected]

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