Sharon Shorty had a year she never anticipated in 2022. One day she was walking, and the next day she was in the hospital. It was 4 months before she would come home, and she never expected it would be in a wheelchair. This bright and fun-loving Yukon woman was suddenly faced with managing life from a different angle. In this episode Sharon shares her thoughts on her experience and social interactions.
Sharon Shorty is an award winning performer, storyteller and playwright. She was the recipient of the Queen's Diamond Jubilee award in 2012, and is well known in the Yukon for her role as Grandma Susie.
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