Growing up in the Upstate, Sandy Hanebrink and her family spent weekends on mountain trails discovering the region’s many waterfalls. Hanebrink, who’s been using a wheelchair for 34 years, went on her first waterfall adventure in more than three decades, walking the trail at Table Rock State Park with her new SuitX exoskeleton assistive walking device.
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Sandy Hanebrink has been an advocate for the disability community for almost as long as she’s been using a wheelchair. On Sept. 22, the Mauldin native now living in Anderson, will become the first person in South Carolina to receive a medical exoskeleton from SuitX, enabling her to stand and walk on her own for the first time in 34 years.
Sandy Hanebrink’s Persian Grilled Chicken is a finalist in the Carolina Eats Memorial Day recipe sweepstakes
A finalist in the Carolina Eats Memorial Day Chillin’ & Grillin’ Recipe Sweepstakes, Sandy Hanebrink of Anderson shares her recipe for Persian Grilled Chicken.
The Well Center in Pendleton is offering free mental health counseling for those with disabilities who are experiencing greater barriers to services and quality of life due to COVID-19.