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Living Well With A Disability is a free resource that is available to individuals with any type of disability, living in certain counties of Pennsylvania. By calling our Living Well With A Disability hotline (1-877-TO-LIV-WELL), you will be connected with a qualified Living Well specialist who will conduct a survey that focuses on all aspects of your life. The Living Well specialist will assist you with identifying your needs and goals, and developing a plan for meeting them. [read more]

The results are in! CILCP raises awareness and support with Highmark Walk for a Healthy Community.

CILCP shares successes from Highmark Walk for a Healthy Community and thanks participants for raising support with event’s 3,000 participants. [read more]

Join CILCP for the 2014 Highmark Walk for a Healthy Community

CILCP is honored to be a participating organization in the 2014 Highmark Walk for a Healthy Community. Join us on Saturday, May 17, at Harrisburg Area Community College in Harrisburg, Pa., to get active and show support for healthy living and a healthy community. [read more]
4 Wheel City

4 Wheel City: Hip-Hop Music to Inspire, Educate, Advocate and Entertain

Living Well With A DisabilitySM Conference & Expo is excited to announce that hip-hop sensation 4 Wheel City will join the list of must-see presenters at the event this… [read more] [read more]
Josh and Samantha Tate's wedding dance.

A Dance with Love

It’s often been said that true love conquers all, and in the spirit of Valentine’s Day, we thought you might like to hear the touching story of Josh and Samantha… [read more] [read more]

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DeafBlind Living Well Services (DBLWS) recently trained 19 individuals in becoming Support Service Providers (SSPs) in the Pittsburgh area. We are now coming to the Philadelphia area. On February 26, 27 and 28th, DBLWS will be conducting our second regional SSP training at Liberty Resources at 714 M…

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Did you know you can participate in this event as a virtual walker? Click Virtual Walker when you register.

Center for Independent Living of Central PA

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Senior Home Care Agency Llc January 25 . Hello! I'm looking to connect with organizations that help seniors. It would be great if you could please like my page, so we can follow each other to help seniors more. Thanks! https://www.facebook.com/SeniorHomeCareAgencyLlc Senior Home Care Agency Llc Senior Home Care Agency Llc Services provides specialized care for all people with complex needs related to life-changing illness... Nursing: 2,288 like

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Pennsylvania DBLWS Announcement: SSP Trainings: Become a Support Service Provider for people who are Deaf-Blind. DBLWS offers professional training throughout the state. To be registered on Pennsylvania’s SSP Registry list, you are required to attend and successfully complete the free SSP training programs listed below. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania- When: Thursday February 26, 2015 6pm-8pm Friday February 27, 2015 8am-4pm (Lunch will be provided) Saturday February 28, 2015 8am-4pm (Lunch will be provided) Location: Liberty Resources Inc. (LRI) 714 Market Street #100 Philadelphia, PA 19106 Trainer: To be determined! DBLWS encourages you to wear comfortable clothing and shoes to participate in the training. Sign up for SSP training ASAP, Space is Limited! February 13, 2015 is the deadline to reserve your seat. Please contact Donald Gordon, DBLWS Program Manager at dgordon@cilcp.org or Videophone: 717-255-0124. Changing the way you experience the world!

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Center for Independent Living of Central PA

Start 2015 off right! Visit your local Center for Independent Living! According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, if your body mass index falls into the range of overweight or obese, you are at a higher risk for the following diseases and conditions like: • Coronary heart disease • Stroke • Type 2 diabetes • Cancers (endometrial, breast and colon) These are just a few diseases associated with being overweight. Your health and your weight are connected. This is why doctors weigh and measure height of a patient every time they visit. However, this is not the case for persons who use motorized wheelchairs, scooters or who are unable to stand. Doctors will often ask these persons to estimate their weight. As a result, their actual weight is never accurate and every day they may be at risk not knowing their weight or how to measure increased or decreased weight gain or loss. The Center for Independent Living of Central PA (CILCP) may have a solution! The CILCP has available a fully accessible weight scale that allows a person who uses a wheelchair or scooter the ability to roll onto the scale and be weighted. Here is what you will need to do to get your actual weight: Step 1: find out how much your wheelchair or scooter weighs. This can be found in the owner’s manual or by calling the durable medical provider where the chair was purchased. Step 2: call the CILCP's office and make an appointment to be weighed Step 3: visit the office, sign in and you will be taken to the accessible scale Step 4: roll up on the scale and see the combined weight of you and the chair Step 5: subtract the actual weight of your chair from the combined weight and you will have your actual weight. It’s just that simple! From that point on you can occasionally stop by and just roll on the scale to get your combined weight for ongoing weight monitoring! You will never again need to estimate your actual weight when visiting your doctor. Liv Well in 2015!!

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The Box of Red Marbles

The Box of Red Marbles is a children’s picture book about a special small elementary class written for children with special needs. The classmates are close friends. They find a marble that is not like all the other marbles. From it they learn that each person, even if they are different from everyo…

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Autism Baby

Hi Everyone, I believe parents of autistic children are looking for answers, and should have information about and access to the best possible treatments for their autistic child. In 2004, I co-founded a program with Carol Smith M.Ed., called Autism Baby that is near and dear to my heart. I have recently updated the Facebook page for Autism Baby with photos of me demonstrating a few of the exercises we use with children, and a lot of written material about the concepts behind the program in the Notes section. I’d appreciate it if anyone who is interested would take a look at it. Thanks so much. All the best, Suzanne Alexander suzannealexander3@yahoo.com

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Motivational Speech by Bindumadhav B Katti, who suffer from severe Cerebral Palsy by birth.

Me, Mr. Bindumadhav B Katti, suffer from severe Cerebral Palsy by birth. I received a National Award from Ex- Hon'ble President of India Dr. Abdul Kalam in t...

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Hi All, Unfortunately Senator Teplitz had to cancel our appointment for November 17, 2014. We will reschedule with him for a date yet to be determined.

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News for Immediate Release Oct. 29, 2014 Pilot Grant Awarded to Fund First Statewide Program of Support Services Providers (SSPs) for Pennsylvanians Who Are Deaf-Blind Harrisburg – Governor Tom Corbett announced today that the Department of Labor & Industry’s Bureau of Blindness and Visual Services within the Office of Vocational Rehabilitation and the Office for the Deaf & Hard of Hearing have partnered with the PA Statewide Independent Living Council to award a $425,000 grant to the Center for Independent Living of Central PA (CILCP) to fund the first statewide program of Support Service Providers (SSPs) for individuals who are deaf-blind. “With SSP services, people who are deaf-blind can lead empowered, independent lives,” said Gov. Corbett. “This grant will help individuals access the services they need to thrive in their daily routine, and ultimately live a productive and fulfilling life.” SSPs provide services that promote independence and enhance environmental cues that allow individuals who are deaf-blind to make informed decisions. This is accomplished by providing both visual and environmental information, such as describing the set-up of a room to allow the individual who is deaf-blind to decide where to sit or who they would like to talk with, reading food labels during a trip to the grocery store, or acting as a guide on the way to a doctor’s appointment. “This first statewide program will increase outreach and services to an underserved population of Pennsylvanians,” said Labor & Industry Secretary Julia Hearthway. “Making trained Support Service Providers available to help individuals who are deaf-blind will allow them to access information, make informed decisions and achieve independence.” This pilot grant is a State Plan for Independent Living (SPIL) initiative funded with federal and state dollars. The funding will be used to administrate the SSP program, and train and pay individuals to become qualified SSPs to work with Pennsylvanians who are deaf-blind, at least 18 years old and have completed high school. The SSPs are independent contractors and individuals who are deaf-blind will interview and hire the SSPs who best meet their needs. The Center for Independent Living of Central PA works to eliminate and prevent barriers that people with disabilities experience by providing ongoing advocacy and offering innovative programs and services. For 26 years and through numerous programs and services, CILCP encourages, motivates, and supports people with disabilities to achieve goals, meet challenges, and fulfill dreams, and ultimately, to live well. For more information on CILCP, visit http://www.cilcp.org or http://www.livingwithdisability.org. For more information on the new SSP program, contact CILCP Director Theo Braddy, 717-731-1900, ext. 211 or email theobraddy@cilcp.org. Media contact: Valerie Caras, Governor’s Office; 717-783-1116 Sara Goulet, Labor & Industry, 717-787-7530 ###

Welcome to Center for Independent Living of Central Pennsylvania

Here at the Center for Independent Living we are committed to working w/ people w/ disabilities to help them fully participate in society.

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Center for Independent Living of Central PA

News from CILCP: We're Hiring! Living Well Specialist Position Email Marilyn Zarrieii, Director of Human Resources for more details at mzarreii@cilcp.org or call at 717.731.1900.

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Industries for the Blind

This Washington D.C. Government Sensitivity Training Video is an amazing point of view from people with disabilities. Have you watched it? No Transcription is available for this video. But the video does provide a voiceover for people with visual impairments. www.ibmilw.com / www.ibexp.com

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Fall Festival Perry County Area Agency on Aging Sponsored by Perry County Area Agency on Aging invites seniors and adults living with a disability to join in a Fall Festival. Time to say goodbye to Summer and to welcome Fall with community friends. The event will include games, fun activities, hot lunch, door prizes and entertainment featuring The Sinceres. Please join us in saying Goodbye to Summer and Hello to Fall. The cost to attend the event is $10.00 per person. Tickets can be purchased at the Senior Centers or Perry County Area Agency on Aging between August 5, 2014 through September 12, 2014. No Tickets will be sold the day of the event. For more information, contact Larry or Trudy at 717-582-5128 or 866-926-5118.

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Hello Can you please share Emma's video doing the 'Ice Bucket Challenge' to help spread awareness of 'Childhood Cancer' #fighter #cancerwarrior https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?v=691676427584052

Emma Clittie - My fight against Neuroblastoma

Emma is a cancer warrior and here she is doing the 'ice bucket challenge' to help raise awareness of 'Childhood Cancer' :) She now nominates me and her friend taylor :) please share to help spread awareness xx

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Anchors away! Learn about the benefits of adaptive sailing!

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Sailing allows participants to enjoy the freedom of movement and independence – whether it’s a lazy afternoon on an inland lake, mastering the wind in recre

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Hi guys I’m in my second year of a HND and have been asked to carry out a research project. For this I have devised a question which I must look into. I wish to make it easier for people who have limited mobility to be able to control lighting, heating and appliances. The easiest method for me to reach a wide range of people with this disability is through social media and would be very grateful if you guys could spare 5 minutes of your time and fill out this questionnaire. The questionnaire can be filled out at https://apps.facebook.com/my-surveys/bqbkdo Thank you in advance for your time and commitment.

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Hi I’m in my 2nd year of a HND and have to carry out a research project. For this I have devised a question which I must look into. I wish to make it easier for people who have limited mobility to be able to control lighting, heating and appliances. Would using home automation benefit you?

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“People tell me I’m inspiring… but to me, I’m just riding a dirt bike.” Learn more about Darius Glover’s story.

Whatever it Takes: Meet Motocross Rider - Darius Glover

Inspiring and motivational best describe Darius Glover. Darius has been riding dirt bikes since he was 7 years old. At 15, everything changed when he suffere...

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The results are in! Learn how CILCP raised awareness and support with Highmark Walk for a Healthy Community. Thanks to all who participated! http://ow.ly/Aexxu

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Buffalo, New York, shoots & scores! 2015 International Paralympic Committee Ice Sledge Hockey World Championships A-Pool will be held at the HARBORCENTER in 2015. http://ow.ly/AcNWL

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Pam Auer

Hi Everyone, Just a reminder that if you want to have a say in the types of activities we do, you need to come to the Activities Group meetings! We had a great time at Little Buffalo State Park last Thursday and would like to continue planning for the next events. The next meeting of the Activities Group is August 6, 2014 at 1:30 pm. Please join us in the CILCP conference room. See ya there! Pam

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5 parenting tips from Washington Post. Do you have any to add?

Five ways to help your child with autism cope with summer’s relaxed schedule

Summer fun can sometimes turn into summer overload for kids who thrive in the structured school environment. Lauren Kenworthy offers suggestions on how to keep the meltdowns to a minimum.

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Just a few days left to register for Camp Friendship in Dubois, PA for children and young adults with autism.

The Arc's Camp Friendship

A fun filled summer day camp program of The Arc of Jefferson and Clearfield Counties. Open to children in our area who have Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities.

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New York City’s Taxi and Limousine Commission has recently drafted a 10 year plan that could completely change the city – for the better! The plan is designed to increase the number of accessible cabs from the current 800 to over 16,000. Read more about this exciting step towards a more accessible city!

Accessible Taxi | SPORTS 'N SPOKES

More NYC taxis to become wheelchair accessible

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Have you ever tried adaptive yoga? What did you think?

Mind & Body

People with SCI are joining the yoga craze in adaptive classes that boost mental and physical wellness.

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Happy 4th of July, from our family to yours! Wishing you a safe and happy holiday!

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Jordanne Whiley is ready to take home her third consecutive win at the Wimbledon wheelchair doubles event this week! Let's cheer her on with some "likes!"

Jordanne Whiley goes for third time lucky in Wimbledon wheelchair tennis

The Briton, who is also aiming for her third consecutive grand slam title, has reached the semi-finals in SW19 twice before

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We hope you enjoy this great article from New Mobility Magazine, highlighting the talent of 4 Wheel City!

4 Wheel City: Rapping Rehab - New Mobility

4 Wheel City — two paraplegic hip-hop performers — are bringing "rap therapy" to young people.

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Children and veterans partner to live well together! Like if you enjoy!

Home Run: Children with Disabilities Play Ball With Wounded Warriors - NBC News

At the Wounded Warrior Amputee Softball Team’s Kids Camp, one week each summer 20 children get the chance to feel like stars. They are selected from across t...

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FREE Valuable information to those who are too ill or injuries to work- The HypoGal and Disability Benefit book shares our family's medical odyssey and provides resources for the chronically ill. This bestselling book is FREE on Kindle from Friday, May 23- Monday, May 26. Please help spread the word. Here is the link: http://www.amazon.com/HypoGal-Disability-Benefits-Received-Million-ebook/dp/B00J0R3Y70/ref=sr_1_1?s=digital-text&ie=UTF8&qid=1400797516&sr=1-1&keywords=hypogal+and+disability+benefits 12 reviews with an average 5 star rating Here is where you can find me online. Website: https://www.HypoGal.com Blog: https://blog.hypogal.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/HypoGal Twitter: https://twitter.com/HypoGal101 Thanks for letting me share this free book promotion. Hopefully, the book may help someone in need.

HypoGal and Disability Benefits: Learn How She Received Over A Million Dollars In Disability...

Everyone thinks that disability, like any of life's difficulties, will always happen to the other person. Take control of your future with Attorney at Law David Gorlick’s must-read guide, HypoGal and Disability Benefits. Driven by his wife’s experience with chronic illness, David sh...

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FREE Valuable information to those who are too ill or injuries to work- The HypoGal and Disability Benefit book shares our family's medical odyssey and provides resources for the chronically ill. This bestselling book is FREE on Kindle from Friday, May 23- Monday, May 26. Please help spread the word. Here is the link: http://www.amazon.com/HypoGal-Disability-Benefits-Received-Million-ebook/dp/B00J0R3Y70/ref=sr_1_1?s=digital-text&ie=UTF8&qid=1400797516&sr=1-1&keywords=hypogal+and+disability+benefits 12 reviews with an average 5 star rating Here is where you can find me online. Website: https://www.HypoGal.com Blog: https://blog.hypogal.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/HypoGal Twitter: https://twitter.com/HypoGal101 Thanks for letting me share this free book promotion. Hopefully, the book may help someone in need.

HypoGal and Disability Benefits: Learn How She Received Over A Million Dollars In Disability...

Everyone thinks that disability, like any of life's difficulties, will always happen to the other person. Take control of your future with Attorney at Law David Gorlick’s must-read guide, HypoGal and Disability Benefits. Driven by his wife’s experience with chronic illness, David sh...

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Your generous donations really do make a difference! Read this inspiring story of how one life has changed for the better: http://www.livingwellwithadisability.org/2014/05/accessible-fitness-center-helps-member-lose-more-than-100-pounds/

Accessible Fitness Center Helps Member Lose More Than 100 Pounds | Living Well With A Disability

Highmark Walk proceeds to benefit and impact more lives “I feel great, I have more energy and I do more now,” says Howard DeHart. “I can even speak

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Here's one man's story of how the Living Well With A Disability Fitness Center changed his life. Help us impact even more lives by supporting the Highmark Walk for A Healthy Community!

Accessible Fitness Center Helps Member Lose More Than 100 Pounds | Living Well With A Disability

Highmark Walk proceeds to benefit and impact more lives “I feel great, I have more energy and I do more now,” says Howard DeHart. “I can even speak

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We're making progress! See how you can positively impact lives by supporting the Center for Independent Living of Central PA in the Highmark Walk for a Healthy Community - Harrisburg this Saturday! http://www.livingwellwithadisability.org/2014/03/join-cilcp-for-the-2014-highmark-walk-for-a-health-community/

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What happens when you put blind people, entertainment professionals, and educators in one place? Video Description Magic! That's what happens. SAVE THE DATE May 14, 2014, Audio Eyes, an accessible media company, will make history, and you can be part of it! The first ever, live, crowdsourced description event will allow you to contribute, in real time, to the magical process that will make a feature film accessible and enjoyable for people with vision loss. Ask questions, make comments, influence the final script! Never heard of description? Learn how TV programs are made accessible for people who cannot see the screen. Did you know that video description is available on your TV every day? If you tried to share a YouTube video with a blind friend or relative, how would they know what was on the screen? Educators and entertainment professionals may wonder about the cost and time required to make a video accessible. Log on and hear answers from the blind professionals who are making a difference in the media industry. All blind consumers are encouraged to log on and help demonstrate how your opinions can make description better. Join Audio Eyes and the Described Captioned Media Program for this ground-breaking, live web event, and make magic happen: Inside Video Description: How Pictures Become Words May 14th, 12:30 - 2:30PM PDT Register here: http://events.dcmp.org/ And tell your friends! Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn to keep up to date with the latest information! For more details, check out this video message on our youtube channel or an interview with our Chief Engineer on KPFK’s Access Unlimited Show!

DCMP Webinar - Home

A special, live two-hour event at the Dolby Theater will bring together Hollywood executives, TV producers, and the disability community to reveal a process by which professionals with vision loss add value to the description production process. Audio Eyes LLC will demonstrate their Quality Control…

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What happens when you put blind people, entertainment professionals, and educators in one place? Video Description Magic! That's what happens. SAVE THE DATE May 14, 2014, Audio Eyes, an accessible media company, will make history, and you can be part of it! The first ever, live, crowdsourced description event will allow you to contribute, in real time, to the magical process that will make a feature film accessible and enjoyable for people with vision loss. Ask questions, make comments, influence the final script! Never heard of description? Learn how TV programs are made accessible for people who cannot see the screen. Did you know that video description is available on your TV every day? If you tried to share a YouTube video with a blind friend or relative, how would they know what was on the screen? Educators and entertainment professionals may wonder about the cost and time required to make a video accessible. Log on and hear answers from the blind professionals who are making a difference in the media industry. All blind consumers are encouraged to log on and help demonstrate how your opinions can make description better. Join Audio Eyes and the Described Captioned Media Program for this ground-breaking, live web event, and make magic happen: Inside Video Description: How Pictures Become Words May 14th, 12:30 - 2:30PM PDT Register here: http://events.dcmp.org/ And tell your friends! Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn to keep up to date with the latest information! For more details, check out this video message on our youtube channel or an interview with our Chief Engineer on KPFK’s Access Unlimited Show!

DCMP Webinar - Home

A special, live two-hour event at the Dolby Theater will bring together Hollywood executives, TV producers, and the disability community to reveal a process by which professionals with vision loss add value to the description production process. Audio Eyes LLC will demonstrate their Quality Control…

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Keystone Mobility

Don't forget, an important opportunity is here for you tomorrow! Interested in a demo? Email us at ContactUs@KeystoneMobility.com and we'll let you know what times are still available! Worried about the snow? We even have inside space for you to park out of the snow!

MOTOmed

MOTOmed - the preferred motorized movement therapy device Suitable for people with spasticity and mobility restrictions as well as wheelchair users.

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Keystone Mobility

Don't forget, an important opportunity is here for you tomorrow! Interested in a demo? Email us at ContactUs@KeystoneMobility.com and we'll let you know what times are still available! Worried about the snow? We even have inside space for you to park out of the snow!

MOTOmed

MOTOmed - the preferred motorized movement therapy device Suitable for people with spasticity and mobility restrictions as well as wheelchair users.

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Mistie Campbell

Please share this page and like it with all the people you love and care for. Also please share this page with your doctor, nurses and care providers. Share the awareness, support and love. Thank you and God bless you. https://www.facebook.com/pages/Epilepsy-Support-For-All/119549148231419

Epilepsy Support For All

Safe place to come and ask questions or make friends. This should be a place of fun, helping others along their journey.

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Please share this page and like it with all the people you love and care for. Also please share this page with your doctor, nurses and care providers. Share the awareness, support and love. Thank you and God bless you. https://www.facebook.com/pages/Epilepsy-Support-For-All/119549148231419

Epilepsy Support For All

Safe place to come and ask questions or make friends. This should be a place of fun, helping others along their journey.

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Victoria Jung

Hi to all, my name is Victoria, I am 26 years old. I was born with a disability known as Spina Bifida and Hydrocephalus. I use a wheelchair 24/7. If anyone would like to join my page as well, please feel free. The INS and the OUTS of Spina Bifida and Disability-physically

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Hi to all, my name is Victoria, I am 26 years old. I was born with a disability known as Spina Bifida and Hydrocephalus. I use a wheelchair 24/7. If anyone would like to join my page as well, please feel free. The INS and the OUTS of Spina Bifida and Disability-physically

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Henning van der Hoeven

And that same horrible person was so nice and funny in front of other people. I have no idea from where I got the power to finally leave. The few weeks it took to organize my departure still feels like a movie. http://katilepisto.fi/en/2013/12/15-taydellinen-jaakylma-sydantalammittava-haapaiva-ja-yo/#more-523

15. The perfect ice cold heartwarming wedding day … (and night) | Kati van der Hoeven

I was so in pieces, coming up to the end of relationship in Aruba, I was all shattered. I was frozen emotionally and totally empty. I was so numb that all kind of verbal abuse felt like a normal every day procedure. So empty that there were no more tears left to be cried no matter what kind of name…

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And that same horrible person was so nice and funny in front of other people. I have no idea from where I got the power to finally leave. The few weeks it took to organize my departure still feels like a movie. http://katilepisto.fi/en/2013/12/15-taydellinen-jaakylma-sydantalammittava-haapaiva-ja-yo/#more-523

15. The perfect ice cold heartwarming wedding day … (and night) | Kati van der Hoeven

I was so in pieces, coming up to the end of relationship in Aruba, I was all shattered. I was frozen emotionally and totally empty. I was so numb that all kind of verbal abuse felt like a normal every day procedure. So empty that there were no more tears left to be cried no matter what kind of name…

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Have wheelchair will travel

TRAVELLING WITH A WHEELCHAIR AND HAVING FUN Hi there, We were wondering if you'd share our facebook page www.facebook.com/havewheelchairwilltravel with your followers? We are a family trying to share our positive stories about travelling with our son who has Cerebral Palsy through our website www.havewheelchairwilltravel.net and through our facebook page. We want to give people positive messages to encourage people to give things a go despite having a disability. We tell stories about the places we go, things we try and equipment we find that is helpful. Sometimes we will tell a story about when our son was younger and how we managed a particular stage. It is all about fun and motivation. We are hoping to build awareness and make changes to the tourism industry in particular, if we can grow our following. Thanks and kind regards Julie Jones (Have Wheelchair Will Travel)

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Accessible Fitness Center Helps Member Lose More Than 100 Pounds

Highmark Walk proceeds to benefit and impact more lives “I feel great, I have more energy and I do more now,” says Howard DeHart.  “I can even speak much better,”… [read more]

Able to Travel to Share Tips for the Road, Air and Sea at Living Well With A Disability Conference & Expo

Everyone loves a vacation. Whether relaxing on the water with warm summer breezes or going on an adventure in a new city, traveling can build confidence and strengthen independence.  It… [read more]

Living Well With A Disability Conference & Expo Exhibitors Bring Resources Under One Roof

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