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The Iona Parents and Friends Association are hosting a special evening for students and parents with Korrin Barrett – a quadruple amputee who, through her own adversity, has learnt that anything in life is possible.
After surviving sepsis in 2012, resulting in amputations to her hands & legs, Korrin became a quadruple amputee & her life changed forever. But she hasn’t let this stop her.
We invite you to hear Korrin’s incredible journey of survival, resilience & triumph over adversity.
Her story is touching, uplifting and inspiring and she has garnered a reputation for keeping it real and authentic as she shares her journey and learnings on living her 'Best Life'
Special guest Edmond Otis - will also speak about Resilience & how we can bounce back & move forward from adversity, anxiety, trauma, loss & disappointment.
We would highly recommend Korrin as a speaker for both students and adults alike.
Refreshments & raffles available on the night. Bring your gold coins!
*$1 from every ticket donated to the Hawke’s Bay Amputee Society