Cyndi Jones is a polio survivor and longtime advocate for people with disabilities. She has a Master of Divinity from the Episcopal Divinity School and currently in the ordination process for the Evangelical Lutheran Church of America. In 2013 she developed “A Place at the Table” a workshop to assist churches in welcoming people with disabilities. In 2011, her paper “Because no one will hire us, a reflection on The Laborers in the Vineyard” was selected for presentation at the American Academy of Religion. “Will I Recognize the Image of God?” was published in 2014 in the Journal of Disability and Religion. She is currently working on how “time as a commodity” affects the poor.
The following video was produced by Post-Polio Health International, USA, in 2014. Post-Polio Health International has generously given Polio Australia permission to embed the video on this website.