An important part of South Florida is the Treasure Coast, which is where we find a remarkable woman in Martin County. Suzy Hutcheson’s work has changed what was thought possible for the large population of people living with disabilities. She shares how making a difference fuels her to keep working hard every day, at the age of 70, to lead an organization that is changing lives forever.
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