September 2001 Table of Contents
By sharing stories, we can learn from each other and make noncaregivers more aware of what it means to be part of a caregiving family.
A spirit of fellowship surrounded athletes in every sport at the 21st National Veterans Wheelchair Games.
An infusion of fresh ideas marked a World Health Organization conference for SCI researchers.
Equipment donations help make the Disabled Sportsmen's Act a reality.
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Also in this issue:
PN Editor Cliff Crase explains why the Big Apple was just right for the big Games.
The MS Society names their choices for Mother and Father of the Year.
How do rehab facilities evaluate the quality of care they provide? And how do researchers know which rehab procedures are most effective?
Information on a new air-travel guide for people with disabilities; one airline's registered-nurse program for passengers; accessible accommodations in Georgia, Washington, and Louisiana; a company that builds wheelchair-accessible boats; and where to go for mediation of your travel-related ADA dispute.
Keyboard hot-keys can make your computing a lot faster and easier.
A difficult vacation provides the springboard for a booming business.
Bond laddering can provide steady returns, despite market fluctuations.
Announcement of a safe and effective treatment for overactive bladder in people with SCI.
Recent grants, honors, and awards.
Articles about a bowling sub who comes with a wheelchair, an agreement that reaffirms the time and venue for future Paralympic Games, and the final stop on the PVA Trapshoot Circuit (next up: the Nationals).
Who reeled in the big ones at the Butch Ward Memorial Bass Tournament?
One person's unexpected opportunity to teach an unwanted lesson to an unknown person.