Thomas Ramey Watson

Kasey, the monkey who helps Rogers’ paralyzed son

In June of 2005, Ellen Rogers got the call every parent fears.

Her 22-year-old son, Ned, had been in a car crash.

He’ d suffere

d brain injuries and was paralyzed from the neck down.

The Rogers’ lives changed in an instant, but they survived the ordeal, thanks to Kasey, an Argentinean capuchin monkey trained to assist the disabled.

Inspiring and informative.

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