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How Do You Want the World to See You? - Music Video

(This video's song lyrics are closed-captioned. If closed captioning is not visible 
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Justin Hines is a Canadian singer/songwriter who has toured the world sharing his story and music. He is also a wheelchair user (born with Larsen Syndrome, a joint dislocation disease) who embodies the Inglis mission.

When Inglis celebrated its 135th Anniversary in 2012, we presented Justin at World Café Live and created a video in which residents answered the question “what is courage?”

This summer, we reached out to Justin again, and have used one of his songs to ask an essential question of residents, staff and others. The lyrics of his song, “See You Like I Do” reminds us that we may not always be seen in the way we hope and may need to work to change perceptions.

Since 1877, Inglis has been helping people with disabilities to be seen as they are; as people who live with purpose, dignity, and autonomy. People who can achieve their goals and live life to the fullest; and who redefine ability and independence every day.