In 2013 Kerry, a mother of six, received a life changing injury which left her confined to a wheelchair. At the time of the accident she felt very scared and alone as she was separated from her family; having to spend her time in a spinal rehabilitation unit.

She realised that she had to focus on the future and not what she had lost. Her father was the inspiration behind her ambition to learn to fly – he died of cancer before he was able to gain his licence.

“I am looking for a challenge and learning to fly would be my biggest one yet. I want to show my family it is not the end of the world having a disability and that I can still achieve my hopes and dreams and be a positive role model for them.”

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