I Have Arthritis and Cannot Work, What Can I Do?

Once arthritis has become a disabling condition, it can become so severe that continuing to work may be impossible. How can you survive and pay the bills when you can no longer work? You may be able to get disability benefit payments from the federal government’s Social Security Administration if

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Ease Cushion Offers Alternating Pressure at a Reasonable Price

Ease Seating Systems has introduced Ease Cushion, an alternating air pressure cushion designed to reduce the risk of pressure ulcers. The Ease Cushion combines a foam base and air cells with an electronic air pump that redistributes pressure throughout the cushion. The Ease Cushion continually changes pressure levels in one-minute

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Collaborating to improve gender-based violence services | Blogs

Accessibility was also raised as a major challenge, as the environments where service providers are located are often inaccessible to wheelchair users. Rose, one of the workshop attendees, explains the importance of accessible spaces. The workshop provided a platform for stakeholders to understand the lack of accessible and inclusive GBV

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PBS Kids Creating New Series About Characters With Autism

PBS Kids said it will air “Carl the Collector,” a show focused on characters with autism, next year. (Fuzzytown Productions, LLC) PBS Kids is developing its first series featuring a main character on the autism spectrum and his neurodiverse friends. The animated show called “Carl the Collector” follows Carl, a

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5 Best Exercises for Men Over 50 To Live Longer

Men over 50 don’t have to let health problems, old injuries or aging keep them from being healthy. Doctors recommend regular exercise to help men over 50 reduce their risk of serious diseases such as heart disease, diabetes and Alzheimer’s. Weight training can also strengthen bones, prevent osteoporosis, and prevent

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Rifton | Achieving Optimal Toilet Positioning

For a child with multiple physical challenges, going to the bathroom is often seen as a disruption to daily activities and an additional burden. However, ongoing initiatives around health and disability reframe toileting as a critical intervention and opportunity to teach meaningful skills. Fortunately, these skills are within the reach

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New Mobility Newsletter — Nov. 16, 2023

Products Opens in a new windowVictoria’s Secret launches first adaptive line Victoria’s Secret and PINK launched their first customizable bra and panty collection this fall. The intimates are available in a variety of colors and prints and feature magnetic closures, front strap adjusters and sensory fabric. Advertising to promote them

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