|Helen Lindsey, BSN|
Helen Lindsey's Facebook page says, "Living life as a Quadruple amputee has been amazing. God is using me for this journey to help others. 25 years as a Amputee. Still standing."
Helen lost her arms and legs to bacterial meningitis but not her passion for helping others. She is an Army veteran who received her BSN from Winston-Salem State University.
According to twcnews.com in Winston-Salem, N.C.:
She is currently working toward getting her nursing license back, and she will be the first student in the state's nursing re-entry program to have a disability to this extent.
Lindsey will be starting the clinical portion of the program at Salemtowne Retirement Community in Winston-Salem.
Lindsey will be getting the same practice as other students -- assessing patients and administering medication -- at her own pace.
Helen's journey will be documented in a film directed by Mike Ray www.OTGFilms.com. A link to the trailer can be found below.
In addition, Helen will be the keynote speaker at the National Association of Directors of Nursing Administration in Long Term Care's (NADONA/LTC) 30th annual conference in July at Disney's Coronado Springs Resort in Lake Buena Vista, Florida.
Can you hear the applause?
Wish you all the best,