JEVS Human Services has awarded Merion’s Josh Shusterman with its Inspiration Award for his achievements in helping others after being born with Cerebral Palsy, writes Richard Ilgenfritz for Mainline Media News.
A true inspiration, Shusterman has been working with the Philadelphia Independence Network, which is part of JEVS Human Services in Narberth, for the past several years. They have helped him cope with his illness and overcome many other obstacles to the point that he now works at two jobs and lives independently.
“I was an inspiration to people by letting them know don’t let anything get in your way,” said Shusterman of his award.
He began working with JEVS around four years ago after graduating from college. Now, despite having Celebral Palsy on his right side and bouts of epilepsy, he works at CareerLink and also does data entry at Subrogation Strategies, both in Philadelphia.
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