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Every one are inviting to be part of the Comfort Zone group. This group is here to give you comfort in any area of your life.…Continue
I love music. I always have. I remember singing lyrics to songs age 3. Music reminds me of past times, it’s part of my identity and it brings me close to other music lovers.This year wasn’t my first music festival or my first time at Reading.…Continue
My good friend Chait Razdan started a company that makes arm bands that go over PICC Lines. You can customize the arm bands for a charity you want to support (hello Ben's Friends) or for a message you want to spread. It's a cool new medical product…Continue
Last weekend, our Co-Editor, Martyn Sibley, had a taste of what it is to be a VIP! Read on to know more details about his experience at the National Paralympic Day 2014.On Saturday 30th August 2014, exactly two years to the day since ParalympicGB…Continue
Hi, everyone. Dr. Joan Leafman from AT Still medical school in Arizona asks to help spread the word about some research she is conducting. The survey is about Telemedicine Sessions for Patient Education. If you are interested the link is here …Continue
Disability is the consequence of an impairment that may be physical, cognitive, mental, sensory, emotional, developmental, or some combination of these. A disability may be present from birth, or occur during a person's lifetime.
People with a disability come in a variety of shapes, sizes, colours, sex and cultures - just as we all do. The only thing that separates a person with a disability is that, for one reason or another, they are unable to do certain things in the same way as the mainstream of society. They may require some form of adaptation or alteration to assist them to overcome the effect of their disability.