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Here are the top ten articles for the Disabilities Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!
1. Living with Spina Bifida
Spina Bifida is the most common occuring disability at birth. However, people like John Cougar Mellencamp, wheelchair athlete Jean Driscoll, and "THE Disabilities Coach," Monica J. Foster, who have the disability lead normal lives.
2. The Assumptions of DisAbilities
What do disability or the needs for accommodations really look like anyway? Disability, too, just as any other culture or ethnicity, is a melting pot of abilities and challenges, with and without tell-tale signs. Let's stop making assumptions.
3. Preparing Yourself for Amputation
A traumatic accident, cancer or other serious illness like wound infection can initiate limb amputation. Undergoing amputation is quite a strain. What can you expect?
4. Domestic Violence & Disability
Did you know women with disabilities are twice as likely to experience domestic violence than women without disabilities? Stop the abuse. Tell someone. You are worthy of help. You deserve to be kept safe and treated well. Get help now.
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6. Chasing Normal - A Guide ...
Learning to live with a disability
7. The Tennessee Disability Pathfinder
As a joint project, the Tennessee Council on Developmental Disabilities and the Vanderbilt Kennedy University Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities formed The Tennessee Disability Pathfinder. Its mission is to provide information about resources for people with disabilities, their fami
8. Enabled Golf
It is estimated that about 60 million people in the world play golf regularly on approximately 31,000 golf courses. Currently only 10 percent of people with disabilities play golf, while another 35 percent would like to play.
9. Bathing Benefits and Aids
Anyway you choose to bathe, there is equipment that you can use to maintain independence, promote more independence in others or give care to another. Bathing does not have to be done every day for everyone, but donít neglect to use bathing as an enjoyable as well as a healthy experience.
10. The Painful Path of RSD/CRPS
Reflex sympathetic dystrophy, AKA complex regional pain syndrome is exactly that -- very painful. Let's look at the signs and symptoms, how it affects the person, causes and available treatments.
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