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Nadalette La Fonta doesn't want to be labeled as "young", "old" or "disabled". Following an operating accident, the one who lived a life of a hyperactive Wonder Woman became paraplegic. Three years after the accident, she became a writer and lecturer.
You discovered a profile of this friend of Women Here and Now in your magazine's #45. From a botched surgery that left her a paraplegic in 2014, Nadalette La Fonta-Six drew "the story of a wonderful operation" that made her live again in a different way. (To open the reader, enter the following password: FIA51)
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Nadalette La Fonta embodies resilience, a word that often creeps into the term in recent years, meaning that ability to overcome trauma. Declared a paraplegic following spinal surgery in 2014, she is now disabled but standing with her crutch.
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"Nadalette La Fonta lives in Arcachon, she is the author of a manifesto not to miss her life."