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Great Grips in “Get on the Shelf” online Wal-Mart competition!
Pat Going is hoping that his Great Grips assistive device will be making its way to Wal-Mart stores in the near future if he wins the company’s online competition, “Get on the Shelf” according to an article published in the … Continue reading
The Galvanizing Garrett Holeve
The story of Garrett Holeve is rousing discussion throughout the “www” community, especially those affected by disability. Garrett is a 23-year-old, aspiring mixed martial arts (MMA) fighter whose goal to compete has made national headlines in recent days, most notably, … Continue reading
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Hear Now: Exercise and Disability in the News
James H. Rimmer, PhD, Director of NIDRR’s National Center on Physical Activity and Disability answers important questions about exercise and disability. Continue reading
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