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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?
A passion for surfing is not limited by any disability.
Stigma of the Parental Rights of the Disabled
There is no love like that between a parent and child. That truth definitely applies to those who are disabled and who make the conscious and circumspect decision to have children, just like the rest of us.
Some Facts About Sacral Agenesis
Sacral Agenesis occurs in one out of every 25,000 births. It is a congenital disorder manifested by abnormal development of the lower spine.
Seated Tai Chi
Tai Chi is an ancient Chinese martial art and, as a slow movement technique, is used for both self-defense and improved health. Seated Tai Chi was developed for the physically disabled for pain reduction and overall well-being.
Rubinstein Taybi Syndrome
Rubinstein-Taybi Syndrome (RTS) is a rare disease that occurs in approximately 1 out of every 100,000 children born. It is estimated that only 1,000 cases have been diagnosed in the world.
Fairings are chosen by you to fit your unique personality
Pool Lifts Mandatory Law
Pool lifts must be installed in 2012 per the ADA
Polio Forgotten But Not Gone
Until the 1960s, poliomyelitis was a global epidemic. The polio vaccine may have eradicated it from the Western Hemisphere many years ago, but it is still actively affecting several countries.
Pain Relief with VR
Virtual reality games may be a feasible choice for pain management
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