March 2002 Table of Contents
As a woman with SCI, you may think you can no longer become pregnant or perform parental duties. The truth is, that ain't necessarily so.
For drivers with disabilities, choosing and purchasing an adapted vehicle is probably far more of a challenge than actually driving. Here's where to start!
Adaptations turned an ATV into an adventure-seeking quad's dream machine.
Is a kidney transplant a cure, or simply another treatment option that may or may not last a lifetime?
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Also in this issue:
PN Editor Cliff Crase poses the question, What do ADA, the IRS, and sex have in common?
Travel and tour companies that serve clients with special-needs, and news about a lightweight lifter ideal for travelers.
Before you can sell yourself to an employer, you must know your product: you!
Reflections on the spirit and contributions of friends and fellow athletes who have enhanced our lives over the years, and announcement of a motor-vehicle travel study.
A personal story illustrates how teamwork can keep you on the job.
A reminder that "help" is not a dirty word.
A list of hot investment tip
Unable to open doors? Here's a solution! Also, where to find out about HUD grants to help low-income people become first-time home buyers.
A basketball team's quest for its 13th consecutive title, and news about a conference that addresses breaking down the barriers for women in the great outdoors.
An author who shares his 30 years of experiences with hiring help providers, and a craftsman who hasn't let his disability keep him from doing what he likes most.
What do sleep studies measure, and where's the best place to participate in one?
Preliminary Health & Human Services report on eliminating barriers, and an update on Social Security's new work program.
A noted researcher predicts a cure for SCI, and a neurology research center reports on a study grant.
A new assistive-device clearinghouse, CD ROMs that help people with disabilities learn about international-exchange programs, statistics on Internet usage by people with disabilities, the launching of a disaster-preparedness campaign, and a report on education, discipline, and disability.
Can a unified voice help people with disabilities claim the accessibility that is rightfully theirs?