A Little More Than Perfect – My Life With (and In Spite of) Osteogenesis Imperfecta

Heather’s inspiring true story of living with a disorder that touches every part of her life. The disease makes her bones incredibly fragile, and the slightest touch can sometimes cause a fracture. This led to numerous trips to the hospital, casts, and surgeries. Yet from an early age, Heather refused to let the disability stop her. She graduated high school, attended University, learned how to drive, and even started her own business. At the age of twenty-four, she moved into an apartment of her own and found the independence she so craved.

© 2010 Anderson, Heather
Audience: Adolescents/Teens, Parent, Professional