Senator Helming Meets With Canandaigua Woman, Disabilities Advocate

Pamela Helming

June 10, 2019

Michelle Fridley, a Canandaigua resident and Ms. Wheelchair New York USA, meets with Senator Helming in her Albany Office to discuss issues related to people with disabilities on behalf of the Center for Disability Rights.

ALBANY – Senator Pam Helming recently met with Canandaigua resident Michelle Fridley, who is also Ms. Wheelchair New York USA, to discuss issues related to people with all types of disabilities. Ms. Fridley has been a staunch advocate for people with disabilities , and she visited the State Capitol in Albany on behalf of the Center for Disability Rights.

“I am proud to be a strong advocate for individuals with physical limitations, their families, and their caregivers. Since taking office as State Senator, I have fought for measures and funding that support people with disabilities. Through this effort, I have had the pleasure of calling Michelle Fridley a true friend partner in advocating for disabilities issues. Michelle’s journey is inspirational, and her character is remarkable. It was a privilege to welcome Michelle to the State Capitol. Thank you, Michelle, for your wonderful visit and tremendous advocacy,” Senator Helming said.