Tag Archives: paralysis

New SCI resource from the Paralysis Resource Center

Our friends at the Paralysis Resource Center have published a new guide: Don’t Call It a Miracle: The Movement to Cure Spinal Cord Injury by Kate Willette. The 238-page guide covers the basic biology of the spinal cord and what happens … Continue reading

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Disability News Weekly Roundup – Monday, August 10 – Friday, August 14

Aquí puede leer este artículo en español. Accessibility: Disabled Luke Kenshole was ‘kicked off’ flight to US because he was in a wheelchair (Western Daily Press – UK) A British airline passenger says he was removed from a flight to … Continue reading

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Disability News Weekly Roundup Monday, Jan 20 – Friday, Jan 31

Health: Automated system could efficiently identify high-risk osteoporosis patients (Science Daily) An automated system that identifies high-risk osteoporosis patients being treated for fractures and can generate letters encouraging follow-up is an effective way to promote osteoporosis intervention and prevent future … Continue reading

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NARIC’s Digital Archive: Reaching Way Back in the Archives

NARIC’s collection spans more than 50 years of research. The oldest item in our collection was published in 1956.  Some of the older items we’ve added to the digital archive include: DEVELOPING PRE-VOCATIONAL/VOCATIONAL SKILLS IN DEVELOPMENTALLY DISABLED PERSONS: TRAINING MANUAL: … Continue reading

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Being Counted: The Campaign to Cure Paralysis map

The Reeve Foundation tweeted its Campaign to Cure Paralysis website, which features a Google map tagged with respondents to their survey (http://www.campaigntocureparalysis.org/c/ to be counted). The map is tagged with people living with paralysis, family, care providers, researchers, military personnel, … Continue reading

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