Expanding Your Independence & Accessibility
Whether you're aging with a disability or are experiencing mobility changes as you grow older, these resources can help you to stay active and safe in your home and community.
E-letters from National Institute of Health offer tips and checklists that can be printed out and taken along.
Finding camaraderie and strength in one woman's real-life experiences as a caregiver.
As seasons change so too do physical abilities. Whether you’re a senior with stability and walking issues, a person with a new spinal cord injury or someone who’s been coping with a mobility condition your whole life, gardening can be accessible. All you have to do is think creatively.
Last month the National Stroke Association launched a mini-campaign to celebrate International Quality of Life month. The organization’s goal was to raise awareness about spasticity and advocate for a better quality of life following stroke through its Faces of Stroke campaign.
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