Kim Squires was born with Cerebral Palsy but was able to use a walker to get around until she suffered a skiing injury four years ago. Although she was no longer able to use her vehicle, this didn’t slow her down. She utilized the accessible public transportation in Topeka but recently an announcement was made that this service was falling victim to budget cuts. Kim worked with Keith Carlson at United Access in Lenexa, Kansas to come up with a solution to her transportation problem. Keith recommended a Bruno Turney Seat to assist her in entering and exiting her van. This has proven to be a perfect solution to help Kim continue to live independently in her apartment and stay active in her community.