Successful Teacher and Coach even though becoming a Quadriplegic James Perdue delivers with humility, humor and gratitude to motivate people to triumph over tragedies. James' wit engages audiences as they hear his inspirational story.
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James Perdue Ed.D.
James works with organizations that want to overcome adversities, accept challenges as an opportunity to achieve and realize that success can come from failures.
How do you deal with adversities? How do you handle unexpected change and challenges? James Perdue’s inspiring life story and unique message is used to assist others not only by accepting adversity, but also teach people to triumph over their tragedies and be successful. He has often been underestimated by others and he has consistently proven them wrong.
James will demonstrate the confidence you need to persevere past your paralysis and conquer challenges in the future; the same kind of confidence he used to become an educator and coach, completing his doctorate degree, and now a Motivational/Inspirational Speaker after become a quadriplegic at the age of nineteen.
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Teach Your Children about Others with Disabilities by Reading how Ricardo the service canine interacts with people that have life challenges.
Normal Price $10 (each) Both for $15
New Release! Never Fear Ricardo is Here - A wheelchair bound boy named James wants to play baseball but has trouble since he can't run to play in the field. His mother finds an organization that trains dogs to help people with disabilities to be active in society. Ricardo, a canine assistance, aids James not only in baseball but also in life as well.
Can My Son Pet Your Dog? - A child with Autism speaks his first word to Ricardo the service dog. Mother shows her thrill of joy with tears.
Do you have children, nieces or nephews? Do you need help explaining the differences about children in wheelchairs? People with disabilities want to play baseball as well. Then you need to get this book. Ricardo and I thank you in advance.
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