Bay Area premier of "Coming to my Senses" documentary in Berkeley on Jan. 11

Those attending the Thurs., Jan. 11th Berkeley Spinal Network's monthly meeting are in for a real treat as the premier of the documentary, Coming to my Senses, takes place at 6:30 p.m.

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The film follows the amazing journey of Aaron Baker who suffered a spinal cord injury at C4-C6 levels in 1999.  His doctors declared that he would have "a million-to-one odds of ever feeding himself again" but Aaron persevered and despite many personal challenges and years of intense therapy, he began walking, leading him to take on the biggest challenge of his life:  a 20-mile walk across Death Valley.  WATCH TRAILER HERE.

This film is being show in the Bay Area for the first time, so viewing will be limited.  The film is about 80 minutes long and yes, popcorn and refreshments are definitely in.  As always, the meeting is held at the Ed Roberts Campus, 3075 Adeline in Berkeley.  For more information, contact Walter Delson at (510) 693-2689 or walter@everydayabilities.org.