September 2002 Table of Contents
No other single strategy gives you as much control and power over the quality of your personal assistants as this one.
Always tired? Your fatigue could be a bigger deal than you thought!
The world's largest annual wheelchair sporting event took the Buckeye State by storm.
If you are a military veteran, you could be entitled to medical benefits you don't know about.
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Also in this issue:
PN Editor Cliff Crase reflects on the humble beginnings of the now huge National Veterans Wheelchair Games.
You're leaving your job: Should you take that lump-sum distribution from your retirement plan, or roll it over into an IRA?
Heterotopic ossification: What is it? Can I get it?
Who says healthy cooking can't taste great? Look at what Chef Kathleen has cooked up.
Do you fight urinary-tract infections? Here are some naturopathic alternatives.
Amtrak offers discounts! (and more!)
$6 million in grants to enhance employment opportunities for adults and youths with disabilities: Here's how to apply.
Some helpful tips for making your shower both accessible and safe.
"The time has never been better to turn the dream of a cure into reality," says Rick Hansen.
The latest news releases on activities, products, and honors for people with disabilities.
Who hooked the big ones—and how they did it—at the Butch Ward Memorial Bass Tournament.
Reports on shooters, cyclists, and tennis aces, along with a first-class award winner.
How to fight for (and get) the equipment you need.