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Neuromuscular Diseases

October 4 2007 Neuromuscular Diseases Newsletter

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Complexity of Accessibility
The topic of Accessibility is much more complex than people think, wheel chair users, mothers with baby prams, and many other persons are in need of accessible spaces.

Greetings, and welcome to the 4th October, 2007 Neuromuscular Diseases Newsletter
This free newsletter is put out weekly and provides a wealth of information for anybody living with or interested in Neuromuscular Diseases and the effect it has on people’s lives.

Neuromuscular diseases include many different types of disorders. I know about some of these diseases but there are of course many more out there. I am one of those forever students who love learning new subjects all the time. I will share with you all the knowledge I gain during my researches.

Here are some topics we will discuss in future editions of the Newsletter:

- Different types of neuromuscular diseases;
- Diagnoses and prognoses;
- Affected children;
- Affected parents and family;
- Coping with life in general and whatever else comes up to make the Newsletter interesting.

This week we take a look at the Complexity of Accessibility. Please follow the link above to read the Article. I welcome any feedback either in the Neuromuscular Diseases Forum or by email.

Thought for the week:
“If I have caused just one person to wipe away a tear of laughter, that's my reward... The rest goes to the government!”
“When an opera star sings her head off, she usually improves her appearance.”
-- Humorous Quotes attributed to Victor Borge
1909-2000, Danish Born American Pianist and Comedian

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Wollie Woehler, Neuromuscular Diseases Editor

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