Former Paralympic swimmer Karni Liddell will speak in Albury tomorrow at a free event hosted by Aspire Support Services.
The sportswoman turned keynote speaker will share her story at the Commercial Club focusing on expelling the stereotypes surrounding disabled people.
"Accidents and disability don't discriminate; they choose beautiful people every day," Ms Liddell said.
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Ms Liddell was diagnosed with spinal muscular atrophy at 12 months.
Despite being told she wouldn't walk or reach her teenage years her parents began a rehabilitation program, which they invented themselves.
Swimming became more than just a therapy, it became a passion - and the reason why they believe she is alive.
A Morning with Karni Liddell begins at 10am.
Bookings are essential and can be made through eventbrite.