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?


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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