Woman paralysed when she fell learning to walk as baby paints art with mouth

A woman paralysed when she fell learning how to walk as a toddler is a lifelong artist - painting beautiful pictures with her mouth. Sarah Barker, 39, has lived with the disability since she suffered a spinal chord injury aged 18 months. She fell and hit the back of her neck whilst learning to walk. The accident left her paralysed from the neck down and she has to be on a ventilator for 24 hours a day. But it did not stop the determined creative from pursuing her passion of art - and she learned to pains beautiful artwork inspired by nature with her mouth. Now the artist from Bodmin, Cornwall, hopes to share her inspiring story to inspire others living with a disability to not give up - and embrace creativity.