In this episode of "Don't IEP Alone," host Lisa Lightner speaks with Rachel Solomon, a young entrepreneur from Massachusetts with cerebral palsy. Rachel shares her inspiring journey of independence and her winning idea for a business called Quick Change. Her idea addresses the challenges of obtaining and maintaining medical equipment, like walkers, through a subscription-based service.
Rachel discusses her experience with the NFFTY entrepreneur contest, her plans for the future of Quick Change, and her aspirations to study child life psychology in college. Rachel's passion for making a positive impact shines through as she encourages other aspiring entrepreneurs to pursue their dreams. Tune in to hear Rachel's remarkable story and find inspiration to pursue your own entrepreneurial endeavors.
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