Desiring to bring his message of hope and empowerment to children with disabilities around the world, Sayed now focuses his creative talents on helping others with spinal cord injuries through the development of adaptive tools (several with provisional patents) and the creation of comic book characters such as Wheelchair Man, to inspire others facing physical challenges. His goal is not only to help rebuild hope and confidence among people with disabilities but also to raise the consciousness of people everywhere to the abilities of those in wheelchairs.
Sayed became an American citizen in 2015. He now lives in Watertown, Massachusetts.
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