Early Symptoms Of Multiple Scierosis
It is worth mentioning that early symptoms of multiple sclerosis take place between 20-40 years. The symptoms may also…
Traveling While Disabled
I was like many of you and was asking myself, " now that I am disabled, how do I enjoy doing the things I used to enjoy?"…
March Is Trisomy Awareness Month
The real winner of the 2012 United States Republican presidential primary? My vote went to Bella Santorum. Bella is…
Switches Shorting Out
I’m just full of urgency—I’m not sure what about. My head rushes, full of babbling nonsense, but all of it seeming…
Exploiting the Disabled And Handicapped
I have recently gotten into internet affiliate marketing. The niche website I created for this, targets stroke survivors…
Independent Medical Exams | What They Are And
There are many reasons why people need independent medical exams (IMEs). Very often people are required to have an…
Disability Articles (46)
Ways to Make Money At Home If You Are Disabled And Unable To Work
If you have been unfortunate enough to be someone that is unable to work a regular job because of an illness or an accident, you know how frustrating it can be emotionally, financially, and physically. When a car accident left me with chronic pain that was so bad that I…
By:  in  Health and Fitness  >  Disability   Jun 08, 2011  
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Does Kill Your Stutter Download Work
So, does the kill your stutter download work? I am sure you are asking yourself the same question thousandths of people are asking themselves. Understand that the kill your stutter book has worked for hundreds of people around the world, if you are not serious about killing your stutter and…
By:  in  Health and Fitness  >  Disability   Mar 30, 2011  
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The Real Kill Your Stutter Reviews
It is understandable that you want the real "Kill Your Stutter" reviews before spending your hard earned cash on a book that has helped hundreds of people kill their stutter. You are smart, because you took the time to research on this stuttering help guide. Well, in this article, I…
By:  in  Health and Fitness  >  Disability   Mar 31, 2011  
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What Does Getting Help for Stuttering Mean to You?
When it comes to fluency disorder, it it pretty much self explainatory. Millions of people have this speech impediment all across the globe, however, it is really up to you to decide whether or not you want to take control of the situation and get help for stuttering. So, what…
By:  in  Health and Fitness  >  Disability   Mar 30, 2011  
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Books on Kill Your Stutter
Is finding books on kill your stutter is really hard to find? When it comes to fluency disorder, if you really want to find the best books to kill your stutter, then honestly you have to know why you and millions of others stutter,that way you will be able to…
By:  in  Health and Fitness  >  Disability   Mar 27, 2011  
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Top 5 Mobility Aids for People With Physical Infirmity
Elderly persons or seniors are often troubled with physical frailty and face difficulties moving around their house freely. Even people who have just recovered from an illness (but still weak) or undergone a surgery face mobility problems. However, there are mobility aids like walking sticks, canes, wheelchairs, walking aids, crutches…
By:  in  Health and Fitness  >  Disability   Jul 09, 2014  
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Add, Adhd, Dyslexia - What Does it Mean And Can it Be Fixed
Attention Deficit Disorder, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder and Dyslexia are all forms of learning disabilities that a number of children are coping with each and every day. If you come from a family that has any of these difficulties you will be aware of how much it can affect a…
By:  in  Health and Fitness  >  Disability   Dec 08, 2011  
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Early Symptoms Of Multiple Scierosis
It is worth mentioning that early symptoms of multiple sclerosis take place between 20-40 years. The symptoms may also be classified as common or uncommon. Therefore, the common symptoms include numbness, loss of balance, problem or difficulties with sight, tingling and one or more limbs may fail to function due…
By:  in  Health and Fitness  >  Disability   Nov 25, 2012  
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Frustrations Of A Stroke Survivor
I had my stroke about 2 1/2 years ago. Life after a stroke has definately been a challenge. First of all, I had to get used to my new body with a very deficient left side. To make things worse, I'm left-handed. With a lot of post-stroke therapy and exercise,…
By:  in  Health and Fitness  >  Disability   Oct 08, 2013  
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Social Security Disability Work Incentives - Ssdi
Social Security Disability Insurance is a program for people who can no longer work full time due to their health, but who have paid into the system through previous work history. On average, the monthly benefit is $1000, but can go as high as $2300. The big question most people…
By:  in  Health and Fitness  >  Disability   Jun 08, 2012  
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Life After Stroke - the Harsh Realities Part 1
Home sweet home. As mentioned in my previous articles, I had a severe stroke in April, 2011. I stayed at several hospitals for treatment, recovery, and therapies for about 3 weeks. I returned to my home which had some of the adaptive equipment I needed, to take care of my…
By:  in  Health and Fitness  >  Disability   Sep 12, 2013  
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Aches And Pains
The human body is a complex machine, where many functions are constantly being carried out. When all is running smoothly, we barely notice what is happening, but if we are suffering from aches and pains, then we become aware of the restrictions that these cause. Every one of us suffers…
By:  in  Health and Fitness  >  Disability   May 31, 2015  
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March Is Trisomy Awareness Month
The real winner of the 2012 United States Republican presidential primary? My vote went to Bella Santorum. Bella is the daughter of candidate and former Pennsylvania Senator Rick Santorum. She was born with a genetic disorder called trisomy, which is earmarked by mild to severe mental and physical developmental retardation.…
By:  in  Health and Fitness  >  Disability   Mar 13, 2014  
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What is Bipolar?
Hello Everyone, Today I have chosen a different subject, as it seems to preoccupy a large number of people. For many years, in the sixties, I was watching a close relative, being diagnosed much later, suffering from "Bipolar Disorder". So what is Bipolar? Wikipedia says : "Bipolar disorder or bipolar…
By:  in  Health and Fitness  >  Disability   Dec 11, 2012  
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Below Knee Amputation: From Surgery to Rehabilitation
I am a bilateral below knee amputee, and I have been for almost nine years. This means I have had below knee amputation carried out on both of my legs. Amputation can be carried out for various different reasons, and some of these include: Traumatic amputation in which a limb…
By:  in  Health and Fitness  >  Disability   Dec 03, 2013  
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Social Security Disability Appeals - The Hearing Stage
On average, Social Security disability examiners deny 66% of the initial applications they review. The reasons for this high denial rate are the subject of another article. In this article, I will discuss the appeals process, and specifically, the "hearing" stage. Some states have a "reconsideration" stage before a claim…
By:  in  Health and Fitness  >  Disability   Jun 12, 2012  
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I Survived A Stroke,what Happens Now?
My stroke. In April, 2011 I suffered several mini-strokes, followed by a major stroke several days later. My post stroke symptoms included, severe fatigue, limited use and movement of my left arm and leg, depression and apathy. The physical effects led to the last 2 symptoms. I was unable to…
By:  in  Health and Fitness  >  Disability   Sep 07, 2013  
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Mobility Scooters - Basics & Features To Be Considered
Introduction: One of the most popular forms of mobility aids widely prevalent in the recent years are the mobility scooters. A mobility scooter has helped many people regain the freedom to move around independently and confidently. The investment made into the purchase of a scooters by people who have mobility…
By:  in  Health and Fitness  >  Disability   Aug 26, 2015  
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Independent Medical Exams | What They Are And Who Needs IME Services
There are many reasons why people need independent medical exams (IMEs). Very often people are required to have an independent medical exam after injuring themselves at their workplace. Having an injured employee get an IME medical exam ensures the employer that the worker was injured and was on the job…
By:  in  Health and Fitness  >  Disability   Mar 09, 2012  
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Public Access for the Disabled
Access for the disabled is a difficult thing when you are going to a new place that you have not been to before where you may have to go through a side or back door to gain access to the place you wish to frequent. Whether this place be a…
By:  in  Health and Fitness  >  Disability   Feb 07, 2013  
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A Restless Legs Night
Have you ever laid in bed at night ready for a good nights sleep only to have the uncontrollable urge to move ? You stretch , bend , twist your legs only to get no relief . You finally have to get out of bed because you just cant take…
By:  in  Health and Fitness  >  Disability   Dec 28, 2013  
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I Can Do It
I was born broken. From the day I came into the world, people insisted that I 'couldn't do things', because my body was different - that my legs and feet weren't "normal". That, because I walked funny, and used crutches, I would never amount to much of anything. My parents…
By:  in  Health and Fitness  >  Disability   Apr 27, 2011  
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Social Security Disability - The Initial Application
Greetings again! The initial application process for Social Security Disability appears straightforward, but there are some tips you can use to make the application stronger from the get-go. First, if you have a physical impairment, and have the ability to do so, apply in person at your local Social Security…
By:  in  Health and Fitness  >  Disability   Jun 13, 2012  
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I'm Too Good For This, Or Am I?
"You can be a greeter at Wal-Mart" No offense to the Wal-Mart greeters, although I'm considered to be disabled under the law, I'm capable of doing so much more. I have been denied SSDI because they say I should be able to find work because of my age and education.…
By:  in  Health and Fitness  >  Disability   Sep 07, 2013  
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Mobility Scooters - Basics & Features To Be Considered
Introduction: One of the most popular forms of mobility aids widely prevalent in the recent years are the mobility scooters. A mobility scooter has helped many people regain the freedom to move around independently and confidently. The investment made into the purchase of a scooters by people who have mobility…
By:  in  Health and Fitness  >  Disability   Aug 26, 2015  
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Do I Qualify for Social Security Disability Benefits?
As a disability advocate and speaker, I am often asked about qualifying for Social Security Disability Benefits. The government makes it sound very complex (as it does with many things!), when it really is not. First, please understand that Social Security Disability is actually comprised of two distinct programs: Social…
By:  in  Health and Fitness  >  Disability   Jun 04, 2012  
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What Would Make Me Mad
Like most people, I have day-to-day experiences that get on my nerves, like minor Internet issues and receiving calls from people I do not know who mysteriously manage to get my cell number. I deal with these issues, and I do not let them ruin my day. There is one…
By:  in  Health and Fitness  >  Disability   Feb 21, 2013  
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Knee Replacement Surgery In India
Damaged knees or knees affected by arthritis or injury might holds you back from enjoying your daily activities of a good life. If you have knee problems it becomes hard for you to walk or climb stairs. Fortunately knee replacement surgery is possible in India with higher success rate at…
By:  in  Health and Fitness  >  Disability   Jan 23, 2014  
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Applying for Social Security Disability - The Activities Of Daily Living Questionnaire
Hello again! In this article, I will address a commonly-confused aspect of the Social Security Disability application process: the Activities of Daily Living questionnaire. Once you have submitted your claim, and Social Security has verified the information, you will sent a very-detailed questionnaire. Essentially, this is designed to help Social…
By:  in  Health and Fitness  >  Disability   Jun 19, 2012  
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Exploiting the Disabled And Handicapped
I have recently gotten into internet affiliate marketing. The niche website I created for this, targets stroke survivors and the ability to cope with life following a disabling stroke. I am quite familiar with this niche because I am a stroke survivor myself. My hope is to relay my experiences…
By:  in  Health and Fitness  >  Disability   Sep 17, 2013  
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