The US Public Broadcasting System's show American Masters provided a profile of Kitty O'Neil, the deaf woman who set land- and water-speed records, jumped from very high perches on buildings and from a helicopter, and was depicted as a Matel Action Figure and in a movie. It's quite a story!
Indeed, those SETters who teach courses for aspiring practicing special educators might find the brief (8+ min) video useful as a spring board for discussing disability and work, life, achievement, etc. Those special educators who work with children with disabilities might find it valuable as a way helping students understand another person's perspective. There are lots of potential uses for the show (or the longer movie)
Here are some links:
The PBS American Masters feature, Renegades Pilot: Kitty O'Neil
The bio-pic movie from 1979, Silent Victory: The Kitty O’Neil Story on YouTube (95 min)