About Rebecca Beayni

While Rebecca does not speak with words, everyone who has spent time with her says that she definitely communicates. She uses a wheelchair for mobility and depends upon and trusts others to assist her in daily life. These things in themselves are not barriers – rather, the barriers are the limitations society sometimes imposes on those who communicate or move differently. Rebecca is breaking down these barriers.
 
Rebecca becoming a dancer is not extraordinary in and of itself. People who know her say that dancing is what she has been called to do – to share her gift of dance with others and bring them pleasure. To see her dance is to see her passion and joy. Dancing is a perfect fit.
 
What is extraordinary about Rebecca becoming a dancer is that people in her life chose to listen carefully to her dreams. They acted intentionally on her behalf for her to use this passion to connect with others. Rebecca’s family and friends brought dance to her life in a way that made room for her unique gift and abilities.
 
Sometimes we have preconceived notions about what is possible – both for ourselves, and for others. Those who know Rebecca well made the effort to listen deeply to her dreams and support them with their voice. Because of this, Rebecca’s sense of possibility grew boundless.
 
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A comprehensive story about Rebecca Beayni.

Rebecca Beayni…Textured Life is a detailed story about Rebecca Beayni. Excerpted from Kirby’s Lane – A Well Traveled Path,
a publication of Community Living Ontario and written by Charlotte Dingwall


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