from Dayton Daily News: [url=http://www.daytondailynews.com/news/lifestyles/disabled-film-student-directs-his-vision/nXC25/]Disabled film student directs his vision[/url]
The WSU junior works on a short film.Dominick Evans, 32, knows the hard path.
By Beth Anspach

Contributing Writer

Diagnosed with a progressive muscular disease, spinal muscular atrophy, at the age of 4, Dominick Evans of Washington Twp. has had more than his share of challenges. “I’m originally from Toledo, but moved here first in 2000 to attend Wright State,” Evans said. “I was interested in acting, so I majored in performing arts.”

In a wheelchair since age 16, Evans had become accustomed to navigating around new places by the age 19 when he came to Wright State University. But in 2003, he slipped and fell from his shower chair and fractured his tibia, which disrupted his plans. “I never got to finish my degree,” he said. “I moved to Michigan, and as a result of my fall, I developed a lot of pain and became bedridden.”