Josh Shusterman is an inspiration and recently he received recognition for his ability to inspire others.

Shusterman, of Merion was recently honored by JEVS Human Services with one of the organization’s inspiration awards.

Born with cerebral palsy, Shusterman, now 26, lives on his own and works to help others. “I was an inspiration to people by letting them know don’t let anything get in your way,” Shusterman said of his award.

Read more of Josh’s inspiring story in the Main Line Times.

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