Daily Archives: December 2, 2005
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Disability News radio talk show focusing on disabilities, disabled, child autism, providing listeners information, autism awareness, education with unique guests and topics.
A free, unbiased source of information on how to understand Cord Blood banking
Every expectant parent today faces a tough and irreversible choice: Should you bank your newborn child’s cord blood? If you are like most expectant parents, you are perhaps overwhelmed and confused by the choice. On one hand you receive tons of marketing from the cord blood companies touting the important benefits of blood banking. On the other hand, you’ve heard that there is limited medical value to storing your child’s cord blood and the costs are very high.
Want a little more BLING BLING in your life? Colours would like to introduce you to Y-360, the latest, the greatest, the tightest new billet wheels found on any wheelchair worldwide. Colours does not discriminate!!! Y-360 has standard .500″ bearings allowing these fatt wheels to mate up to almost any wheelchair model.
The Christopher Reeve Foundation is committed to finding treatments and cures for paralysis caused by spinal cord injury and other neurological disorders, and improving the quality of life for people living with disabilities.
The Quadriplegic Association of KwZulu Natal, South Africa
The Quadriplegic Association of KwaZulu/Natal was established under the umbrella of The National Council for Quadriplegic Associations in South Africa on 9th March 1991, to cater for the needs and aspirations of quadriplegics from all races in theKwaZulu/Natal Region. In 1992 a house was secured on a suspensive sale agreement in Ashley, Pinetown, and in February 1993 thefirst of the present six quadriplegics moved in. The Association has since taken transfer of the property.
Mike Schlappi’s most popular presentation, “If You Can’t Stand Up, Stand Out”, helps his audience realize that the best way to predict their future is to create it. His message includes humor and motivation as he tells his personal story — A story that began with a tragic shooting accident has evolved into a lifetime of lessons and victories. Although Mike was paralyzed, his dreams were not. Mike uses a media presentation and his Paralympic medals to teach his “Bulletproof Principles for Success”.