A mental health advocate for people with disabilities plans for the future

Kayte Barton, a Special Olympian from Woodbury, Minn.
Woodbury, Minn., resident Kayte Barton is a Special Olympian and longtime advocate for people with invisible disabilities. Her story is featured in the podcast Small Change hosted by Chris Farrell and Twila Dang.
Courtesy of John Altman | Woodbury Police Department

Kayte Barton, a mental health advocate for people with disabilities in Woodbury, Minn., is looking toward her future and planning for retirement. Twila Dang, co-host of the podcast Small Change: Money Stories from the Neighborhood, brought more on Barton’s story to Minnesota Now host Cathy Wurzer.

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