New Resource Helps Disabled TravelersRipon, CA June 15, 2005 --Need help in planning a wheelchair-accessible vacation? Then pick up the newly released second edition of Barrier-Free Travel; A Nuts and Bolts Guide for Wheelers and Slow Walkers.
Published by Demos Publishing, Barrier-Free Travel is a must-have resource for wheelchair- or scooter-users, slow walkers, travel agents, CILs and libraries. It's available at bookstores, through the publisher (800-532-8663) or on-line at EmergingHorizons.com/book. Visit EmergingHorizons.com/book to read a sample chapter, see the complete table of contents, or for more information about Barrier-Free Travel, Emerging Horizons or Candy Harrington.
Connecting People with Disabilities - Our priority is to provide persons with disabilities, their loved ones and caregivers, a place to connect. Featuring our new book Enabled in Words: the Real Lives, Real Victories of People with Disabilities.
First Step - A Guide for Adapting to Limb Loss
First Step - A Guide for Adapting to Limb Loss, an award-winning biennial publication for the new amputee, containing articles on the physical and emotional stages of the amputation process - from surgery to regaining an active and full life. 800.267.5669
inMotion, an award-winning bimonthly magazine that addresses the needs and concerns of amputees and those who care for and about them.
IRS Tax info for people with disabilities
Legal Rights of the Catastrophically Ill & Injured
A free, 282 page comprehensive resource guide that will assist families and medical providers in identifying and understanding medical insurance, governmental benefits, special education benefits, and accident-related benefits to which they are entitled. The book highlights the managed care appeals process, guardianship process, and special education procedures, and presents a coordinated plan of action to identify and obtain sources of benefits for seriously ill and injured individuals. To receive your free copy of Joseph L. Romano's book, contact his office at 800-331-4134 or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org
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SpeciaLiving is a quarterly magazine that helps make life better and easier for phsycially challenged people. Features accessible houses, travel, products, medical issues, inspiration and more.
$12 /year, $17/2 years
Stroke Connection Magazine
Stroke Connection Magazine is FREE! Stroke Connection Magazine is published six times a year and offers information and inspiration to support the day-to-day challenges that stroke brings:Stories from inspiring stroke survivors and family caregivers. Practical information for daily living.
Information on reducing the risk of another stroke
News about stroke treatments, research, public policy and programs
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The Personal Care Attendant Guide
The Personal Care Attendant Guide
The Art of Finding, Keeping, or Being One
Katie Rodriguez Banister
160 pp Softcover
ISBN 193260328X / 9781932603286
Katie Rodriguez Banister survived an auto accident in 1990 that left her a quadriplegic, paralyzed from the chest down. After six months of rehabilitation and fifteen months with her parents, she returned to living independently in 1992. Katie and her husband Steve co-founded Access-4-All, Inc., with a mission to educate and empower others through motivational speaking and disability education. Katie has authored Aunt Katie’s Visit, an educational book for children, which has been enjoyed equally by parents, teachers, and librarians.
She has co-hosted the public access cable show “Beyond Barriers” and was on a 2003 commercial for the St. Louis Community College that is still being used. Katie has been featured in local newspapers numerous times for her dedication to educating her community.
youth inMotion is published tri-annually by the Amputee Coalition of America.
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