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Ruth, who has longed to dance all her life, finally accepted his offer and told him she would be hanging on to him for dear life.
Okay, so I’m late to the game. I finally read Me Before You by JoJo Moyes, and I still haven’t seen the movie. Though late, I still feel compelled to comment.
Hosting a trip that included volunteers with physical challenges and developmental disabilities was fairly unusual for World Renew, but it was worth the effort, said Art Opperwall, program manager for World Renew DRS.
My husband, Ed, and I have traveled a long road with his disabilities. We’ve been told to pray and fast for healing, and trust that he will be healed. It sounds so easy, but a cure has not come.
Until the last few years when his pain level grew especially intense, Ralph always signed his email messages, “With a smile, Ralph.”
Lori writes, "Okay, time to 'fess up! Perhaps the greatest fear of my life came to fruition on September 7, 2016. The fear of being institutionalized!"
Chronic pain makes it difficult for her to sit, stand, and walk. It challenges her ability to concentrate and limits her ability to serve others. It has disrupted her marriage, social life, and work. So why is her life marked with joy?
It's a challenge dealing with assumptions people make about his stammering speech and with his own frustrations, but Christ’s peace keeps him from bitterness.
In the presence of "healthy" friends or family members, disabled persons are sometimes not even addressed directly.
Free resources (e.g. factsheets, videos, slideshows) are available to help support people living with spinal cord injury, traumatic brain injury, and burn injury.
Judy, who has used a wheelchair to get around for the past year, has some advice for showing common courtesy. It’s simple stuff, the kind of thing you learn in kindergarten but quickly forget.
United Way in the U.S. and in Canada has done magnificent work compiling extensive, up-to-date, and user friendly databases of local agencies and resources in both countries.
The spread effect is one of several factors that result in more people with disabilities living at the lowest end of the socio-economic spectrum of all North Americans.
Three brief and helpful articles caught my eye: on police encounters with young black men with autism and with men with mental illness, and on U.S. Social Security Disability benefits.
Many people consider disability to be abnormal. Even more dangerous to the Kingdom of God, some Christians think this way and extend this thinking even further by saying that people with disabilities are abnormal. This perspective diminishes and ostracizes people. The church isn’t much better than society in this regard.