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Turning Setbacks Into Comebacks
I want to show others who are disabled that you can live joyful, creative, and expressive lives despite your disability. I demonstrate directly that mental or physical challenges need not limit a personís passion for living.
Talking to Siblings of Disabled Children
After a fairly normal pregnancy, it turns out that your daughter was born with a birth injury that will change how the whole family operates. Not only is there shock and potential concern on the part of you and your spouse, but you also have to help your son adjust to the situation. What do you do?
It is estimated that Ehlers-Danlos syndrome (EDS) affects about 1 in 5,000 persons worldwide. This inherited disorder results in the abnormal development of collagen that affects the joints and skin in varying degrees that range from mild symptoms to critical complications.
The Universe is Accessible
There is absolutely nothing that should or could keep an inquisitive person from achieving his dreams or reaching the stars, so to speak. Whether astronomy is a hobby or a career choice, reach out and take advantage of the many resources available to everyone.
Connecting the Dots in Delaware
Since 2009, the University of Delaware Center for Disabilities Studies and Delaware Family Voices have published a comprehensive guide to services for those with disabilities and special needs in the state of Delaware. The booklet helps those with special needs navigate state resources.
AgrAbility Helps Disabled Farmers
Over 160,000 persons with disabilities work in agriculture and industries related to the field. Those farmers and ranchers form an integral part of the cultivation of essential products derived from Americaís heartland.
Access the Public Library
In 1972, the United Nations' Public Library Manifesto declared that the library should be freely accessible to all members of the community. That broad statement includes building access, library services and electronic resources.
Choosing a Walking Cane
Choosing a walking stick or cane is more complex than one might think. The correct cane is one that is appropriate in height and provides stability to the user to improve balance, support and shifting weight off of a leg that is injured or weak.
Information About Immunizations
One of the greatest achievements of the 20th century has to be the discovery of vaccinations. Diseases like polio, diphtheria, tetanus, or smallpox have become part of history. However, the only way to ensure that they do not reoccur is to continue to keep immunizations current for us and our loved
Tiny Ballerinas With Disabilities
The benefits of ballet class exceed the blending of exercise and therapy. It gives children with disabilites the opportunity to learn dance in a social setting.
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