July 2002 Table of Contents

 

Pressure Sores, Part II: "An Incurable Malady?"

Do you suffer from pressure sores? Here's some practical advice from a wound-care specialist.

San Juan:
City of Riches

Looking for a vacation spot with fine beaches, a tropical climate, and history galore? Try San Juan, Puerto Rico!

Live Each Day

The chance to share life's hardships, tears, and triumphs is invaluable.

Something for Everyone

A nationwide celebration showcases PVA's work on behalf of veteransand all people with disabilities.

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Also in this issue:

Reasons & Remarks:

PN Editor Cliff Crase reflects on where we've been, where we're going, and how some things never change.

On the Job:

Profile of a C5-6 quad who has climbed the corporate ranks at IBM.

Diagnosis: MS:

Current MS research and clinical care is this journal's focus.

Money Talks:

Finding a trusted financial advisor can be difficult, but the rewards may pay off in the end!

Living Well:

The essential for maintaining healthy skin—and avoiding pressure sores—while you sleep.

Travel Tips:

New guides target mature travelers and those with disabilities.

Around the House:

Has your home's threshold become an impediment to your ability to come and go freely? We may have the solution.

Mobility & More:

Marty Ball—like most wheelers—sees his wheelchair as part of him. What image does it portray?

Legislation:

In its most recent interpretation of ADA, the U.S. Supreme Court further narrowed the scope of protection afforded employees under ADA's Title I.

Sports & Recreation:

Rain didn't dampen participants' enthusiasm at the Cal-Diego Trapshoot.

News Beat:

Updates on a disability-friendly city, a universal-design home, a drugstore lawsuit, and a bike ride to help disadvantaged children with disabilities.

And Finally:

A whimsical view of the world from belt-buckle height.



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