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Great topic and close to my heart. Disabilty has many worthwhile issues to explore. For now, I would like to focus on how able bodied impacts on impairment. Can't wait to start a hub!
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Sign language is not only for deaf people to learn. One out of every thousand babies born to this world has a hearing disability. It may be a child you know. It may be your or your child´s best friend tomorrow. read more
advocacy.britannica.com I love dogs, my parents have dogs and many of my friends love dogs. Dogs are always make me smile and entertaining. Many of us have realized the benefits to have dog. Not just entertaining parts, but dogs also may become our... read more
I have Type 2 diabetes and this can have an impact on your eyes, because of this the doctor who examined my eyes and confirmed the presence of floaters referred me to a specialist. read more
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Great and Famous Musicians Who Have Hearing Disabilities. Amazing isn't it, because in order for one to be a good musician, you need to hear, because how can you hear the melodies when you are hearing impaired. Sweet are the words and the sounds we... read more
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Disability. How lifestyle can effect disability. read more
Families who are directly affected by disability are often under stress and feel isolated. Family Retreats is a Christ-centered ministry that offers these families hope. read more
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People with disabilities often have misconceptions about power mobility. They may delay the decision to transition to a motorized wheelchair, thinking that it will somehow make them “more disabled” or “less independent”. Power mobility increases independence, thereby decreasing the impact on quality of life. read more
Service Dogs for autistic children. Assistance Dogs help kids with Autism Spectrum Disorder. read more
Wheelchair basketball is a sport based around basketball but is designed for disabled people in wheelchairs. Wheelchair basketball is one of the major disabled sports played. It is estimated that over... read more
As a pediatric OT, people would say to me “I could never do that! It would be heartbreaking working with handicapped kids.” It’s actually easy, because kids don’t feel sorry for themselves. read more
If you are a good dog owner you take good care of your dog. You love him, feed him, train him, play with him, take him for walks and look after him when he's sick. But, how do you know if your dog cares about you? He trusts you, you provide food... read more
These people are really amazing, they really have hearts for disabled people in Indonesia. They're not wealthy or extraordinary people, just a simple person with extraordinary heart. Indonesia call them the silent heroes. These are "abnormal"... read more
Access Africa was established based on the personal experiences of a spinal injury traveller. Access Africa include facilities and services which benefit from first hand experience of the demands and frustrations when travelling with a disability abroad. Access Africa can tailor your holidays according to your personal needs. read more
I have written several articles here on hubpages about my assistant, Kari, who works for me at my bed and breakfast: House For Sale, Keeping it All Together, and Broken Dishes. She exhibits several behaviors which prevent her from functioning on a... read more
Maybe you have heard of Erik Weihenmayer already, a blind man starting at the age 13, and is the first blind man to climb the highest mountains in the world -- the so called seven summits of the world, the Mt. Everest included. Blind at a very young... read more
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Strokes are explained fully in this article to aid in the understanding of possible causes; what to do in an emergency; symptoms of the different types of strokes caused by a hemorrhage or ischemia. read more
This article includes the causes of strokes and theimmediate treatment for a stroke and all of the stroke risk factors. Risk factors for strokes and rehabilitation are also described in detail. read more
I am lucky that in so far in my short 31 years I have stayed
healthy and the only people I have had to care for are my husband, mother and
young healthy 2year old son. However,
many people are not this lucky, many adults, old and young are affected... read more
It seems that handicapped children and adults make us uneasy. We avoid looking and them and talking to them. As an OT, I have known many handicapped people, and I can assure you they do not bite, and disability is not contagious. Just say hello! read more
Speak with anyone that is disable and you will find that
there are obstacles that still hinder them from doing all the things they are
capable of doing for themselves. Assistive Technology for the Disabled
reveals some of the assistive technology... read more
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