Expo in Edison shows disabled what they can accomplish with technology

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? A show at the Expo Center in Edison is designed to make the lives of 1.8 million New Jersey residents living with disabilities easier.

Alan Brown is a quadriplegic who attended the Abilities Expo in Edison Sunday. Brown says his high-tech, $26,000 wheelchair is worth every penny. The chair allows him to climb steps, play sports with his kids and even allows him to look people in the eye at their level.

Bonnie Prince is also pursuing her dreams. She was paralyzed in a horse riding accident after she purchased her dream home. Now, with help from her architect son, she?s redefining her home and creating a family business that helps others who live in wheelchairs.

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