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Arnold's 3 Steps for SUCCESS:  Information Of Interest:

Born with Cerebral Palsy, Arnold Nordstrom has overcome extremely limited control of his limbs, a speech impediment and almost complete dependency on others for personal care, to obtain his goals and reach for his dreams.  By recognizing the Golden Potential within his own handicapped body he continues to achieve beyond all expectations.  Arnold is now reaching out to  share what he has learned about recognizing the potential and assist others in doing the same.

Arnold loves to teach what he has experienced and learned.  Don't let outward appearances deceive you.  Arnold is a dynamic speaker able to engage audiences of all ages and abilities.  Arnold has successfully spoken at conferences of large international audiences (Expo '86 - Vancouver, Circle K International - Anaheim, Secondary Education for the Disabled - Austria) as well as to small, personal gatherings.  We all have handicaps, visible or not, that can obstruct us from achieving our full potential.  We could all benefit from hearing what Arnold has to share.

Arnold is available to present a variety of messages to Business, Community and Education Organizations as well as classrooms of Elementary, Middle and High School children, College, University and Adult Education.  His inspiring and empowering message is able to assist employers, employees and students of all ages in recognizing and achieving their full potential.

Keep watching here for the availability of soon-to-be-published books of inspiration, motivation and determination by Arnold Nordstrom.

Special Awards

Recipient of Kinistino Composite High School Spirit Award, 1978 -1980. For
Running/wheeling up to 10 kilometers a day in my wheelchair)
Recipient of The Saskatchewan Branch of the Canadian Paraplegic Association scholarship, for 1982 - 1986.
Recipient of The Prime Minister Is Canada Day Award , 1985, for out standing community work.
Winner of two Silver Medals at the 1st National Cerebral Palsy Game , Windsor Ontario, 1988.
Recipient of the Labatts 24-Hour Relay Spirit Award: awarded two Air Canada Tickets to the person who best exemplifies the "spirit of the competition" Saskatoon, 1990.
Recipient of the Tex Wristen Award: highest amount of money collected by a handicapped person for the Riki Walk-A-Thon, Saskatoon, 1990 and 1991 .
Comic & Novelty, Westerner Days Parade (in Red Deer, Alberta)  Arnold turned his bike in to a Steam Engine.
2010 Special Heart award, Easter Seals 24 hours Relay (in Edmonton, Alberta)
1997, May Palliser Institute SIAST, Computer Aided Design and Drafting Engineering Technology (Graduated Third in the class)
1991 University of Saskatchewan Bachelor of Science in Computational Science, minor in Philosophy.
1982 Kinistino Composite High School Senior Matriculation, with Honors.
Extracurricular activities: Participated in various sports as a referee. A member of the kilometer club and held the top kilometers for three years.


Executive Board Positions

There are countless number of different committees Arnold been an active member of. One of Arnold's mottos is "Be a Doer".  When Arnold sees that something needs done or someone needs help, he finds someone to do it or he does it himself.
Organizations Position
Aberta Cerebral Palsy Association Board Member
Edmonton Cerebral Palsy Association Active Member
Saskatchewan Cerebral Palsy Association Advisor
Saskatchewan Cerebral Palsy Sport Association Founder and President
Canadian Cerebral Palsy Sport Association Saskatchewan Liaison
Wheelchair Sport Association Board Member
Canadian Paraplegic Association Liaison
Voice of the Handicapped Board Member
Circle K (University of Saskatchewan) Bulletin Editor
Circle K International (Canada Western District) Bulletin Editor
Disabled Awareness Society President
Saskatoon Transportation Steering Committee Advisor
Saskatoon Housing Authority Advisor



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