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Developing Resilience
Resilience has been defined by psychologists as the ability to adapt well to the difficulties in our lives including all kinds of adversity and stress. Resilience can help those of us who are coping with significant health challenges such as dealing with neuromuscular disease.

Disability and Homelessness
According to a recent report, in 2010, for disabled individuals relying on U.S. Social Security Suplemental Income as their main or only source of income, Supplemental Income does not cover the cost of a modest one bedroom apartment. An estimated 20% of homeless adults in the U.S. are disabled.

Discover Tai Chi for Back Care DVD Review
Overall, I would highly recommend this video, Scott Cole: Discover Tai Chi for Back Care for learning a Tai Chi practice that focuses on stretching and strengthening the back, improving balance, and gentle overall body exercise.

Discover Tai Chi for balance & mobility DVD Review
Discover Tai Chi for balance & mobility, a DVD exercise program led by Scott Cole, provides a 30-minute Tai Chi routine focusing on improving balance, strength, flexibility and mobility for individuals beginning a Tai Chi practice, older adults, and individuals with physical challenges.

Discrimination and Neuromuscular Disease
The Americans with Disabilities Act protects Americans with disabilities, including those caused by neuromuscular disease, from discrimination. I now believe, however, that I should have asserted my right to reasonable accommodation on my behalf by my employer.

Disease Registries for Neuromuscular Disease
Disease registries have been formed to aid researchers searching for qualified individuals to participate as subjects in research protocols. Such research is needed to advance knowledge regarding the diagnosis and treatment of neuromuscular disease.

Divisions of the Nervous System
Understanding the divisions of the nervous system can help you improve your understanding of neuromuscular disease. The nervous system can be divided into two broad categories the central and peripheral nervous systems. Neuromuscular diseases directly affect the peripheral nervous system.

Dragon NaturallySpeaking Premium Product Review
Recently, I began to have more difficulty using my hands. Most noticeably, I find that I sometimes have difficulty typing accurately. I decided to try a voice recognition program called Dragon Naturally Speaking Premium, Version 11 from a company called Nuance. Read a review of this product.

Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy
Duchenne muscular dystrophy (DMD) is one of the nine types of muscular dystrophies. The muscular dystrophies are a group of degenerative genetic diseases affecting the voluntary, and sometimes involuntary, muscles. DMD is caused by a problem in the gene that produces a protein called dystrophin.

Easy Yoga for Arthritis DVD Review
While not specific to neuromuscular disease, the modifications and detailed instructions given in the exercise DVD Easy Yoga for Arthritis with Peggy Cappy: Yoga for the Rest of Us will make the yoga exercises demonstrated appropriate for many individuals with neuromuscular disease.

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