HOW DO YOU DRIVE COMMUNITY CHANGE WHEN YOU CAN’T DRIVE? JOSH SHOWS US HOW.
“Every morning begins the same: Drivers get in their car, grab a coffee, and head to work. Little thought goes into how one gets there; drivers simply get in a vehicle and go. For the disabled worker who cannot drive, navigating the commute to work can be stressful, especially in rural Montana.” In this story, Josh Galassi shares his personal experience of overcoming significant obstacles in order to contribute to his community. Beyond personal experience, Josh shares examples of other Montana communities driving changes in public transportation that could pave the way to greater professional opportunity for individuals with disabilities . Check out this opinion editorial from Josh, which was recently published in the Flathead Beacon. Josh, who was born with cerebral palsy, relies on public transportation to get to and from work at Big Sky Public Relations every day.