Thursday, July 31st 2014

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Handicapped Pets

Handicapped Pets

Handicapped Pets

We carry the products, and have the services and support for caretakers of special and handicapped pets. Wecan help you care for them. There are thousands of people caring forpets with special needs that include senior, geriatric, disabled,injured, recovering from surgery, terminal illness, or handicappedpets. This site offers products, services, support and resources forour best friends and their caretakers.

Pushing Boundaries

Pushing Boundaries

Pushing Boundaries

Located in the heart of Puget Sound,NextStepsNW is the Northwest’s only paralysis recovery center gearedtowards regaining movement in those paralyzed due to illness, injury,disease or other neurological disorders.

Our mission is to maximizehealth, wellness, and qualityof life for individualswith paralysis through anintensive exercise recoverytherapy program.

Quadriplegic Artist Tommy Hollenstein

Artwork by Tommy Hollenstein

Artwork by Tommy Hollenstein

Hollenstein uses his front and rear tires, swirling bright and sometimes hot colored paint in patterns, lines or circles. There is a rhythm, a sort ofsyncopation in color. Once he lays down a tone, even just a smallpatch, he stops to hose off the tires, lets the first paint dry thenadds a new layer. A single painting may take several weeks to complete,and may have as many as 50 layers of paint.

Surviving Paralysis

Surviving Paralysis

Surviving Paralysis

SurvivingParalysis.com facilitates the sharing of information between people with paralysis and other forms of disability, and in so doing, unite people like myself that were formerly islands.  At the end of last year, I turned my website into an online magazine, for which I do all the writing and all the work.  My goal is to further assist and aid those like myself trying to survive with a spinal cord injury.

Walker’s Wheelchair Bodybuilding Channel

Walker's Wheelchair Bodybuilding Channel

This Youtube Channel is dedicated to the sport of Wheelchair Bodybuilding Also known as WCBB for short, we hope everyone in the world will help us spread the word about our Wheelchair sport so it will become well known worldwide.

Wheelchair Bodybuilding

Wheelchair Bodybuilding

Wheelchair Bodybuilding

Wheelchair Bodybuilding is relatively new with shows dating as far back as 1994. As time went on only a few amount of people knew that competitions for wheelchair bodybuilders even existed.

Watch some awesome videos at http://www.youtube.com/user/WheelChairBB

Support the Wall

Support the Wall

Support the Wall

This website was created in order to support Robert Wall during hisrecovery from the devastating spinal cord injury that occurred onAugust 20, 2005 while on vacation.  On that day, Rob sustainedparalysis from the shoulders down after diving into shallow water.

Push to Walk

Push to Walk

Push to Walk

Push to Walk’s mission is to help improve the overall quality oflife for people with spinal cord injuries (SCI) through exercise based,recovery oriented training. These training programs are individuallydesigned for each client and carried out one-on-one with trainedprofessionals in a safe and comfortable environment.

Pressing On – San Antonio, TX

Pressing On

Pressing On is a non-profit 501 (c) (3) organization which provides a specialized exercise-based training program for those living with paralysis and other physical disabilities. The programs are customized for each client’s needs and are carried out by highly trained Neuro Fitness Specialists in a comfortable,safe and fully accessible environment.

Chariots of Destiny

Chariots of Destiny

Chariots of Destiny

“Chariots of Destiny”
is an organisation based in Nairobi, Kenya. It was started by Casey
Marenge to create a much-needed difference in the transport sector for
people living with physical disabilities.

After a tragic road accident left Casey quadriplegic [paralyzed from the shoulders down] , and fully dependent on a wheelchair,

Casey
saw the need to start Chariots of destiny with the aim to provide
wheelchair accessible vehicles that would facilitate in the
transportation of people on wheelchairs as well as those with physical
disabilities.