ORANGE COUNTY, Fla. (WOFL FOX 35)
Diana Tafur lost a lot in 2006. That's the year a drunk driver slammed into a New York City cab in which she was riding. The impact through Tafur out of the cab and onto the pavement. She landed on her head. the resulting traumatic brain injury (TBI) partially paralyzed her left side and made it difficult to speak.
But a decade later, a unique therapy harness, set up in a new University of Central Florida cafe, gives her new hope. The Knights on the Go Café offers adults with motor impairments a real work rehabilitation experience. Participants are volunteers from the community and are not employed by the café.
FOX 35's Tom Johnson has her story.
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