Cindy Albright

Cindy Albright“If not for KCIL I wouldn’t have got anywhere, I wouldn’t have known what to do. People treat you very badly, some of the others. But with KCIL you went on picnics, you went here, you went there. I love our meetings.”

Cindy Albright became disabled aged 29 and, disheartened by the home care she was receiving, became involved with Kingston Centre for Independent Living. She credits the Independent Living Scheme for saving her life and giving her back her ability to live her life as she wants.

 

  1. 1: Keeping going CIndy Albright 03:28
  1. 2: Gaining independence CIndy Albright 02:02
  1. 3: Spreading the word CIndy Albright 01:21

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  1. Full interview CIndy Albright 46:53

Surname Albright
Given name Cindy
Date of birth 1938
Place of birth United States
Date of interview 5 June 2017
Length of interview 00:47:00
Number of tracks 1
Name of interviewer Jen Kavanagh

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