September 2002 Table of Contents


Divide & Conquer

No other single strategy gives you as much control and power over the quality of your personal assistants as this one.

Why Am I So Tired?

Always tired? Your fatigue could be a bigger deal than you thought!

Cleveland Rocks
— & Rolls!

The world's largest annual wheelchair sporting event took the Buckeye State by storm.

Veterans, Eligibility, & ALS

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:

Reasons & Remarks:

PN Editor Cliff Crase reflects on the humble beginnings of the now huge National Veterans Wheelchair Games.

Money Talks:

You're leaving your job: Should you take that lump-sum distribution from your retirement plan, or roll it over into an IRA?

Living Well:

Heterotopic ossification: What is it? Can I get it?

Diagnosis: MS:

Who says healthy cooking can't taste great? Look at what Chef Kathleen has cooked up.

Healing Options:

Do you fight urinary-tract infections? Here are some naturopathic alternatives.

Travel Tips:

Amtrak offers discounts! (and more!)

On the Job:

$6 million in grants to enhance employment opportunities for adults and youths with disabilities: Here's how to apply.

Around the House:

Some helpful tips for making your shower both accessible and safe.

Research & Education:

"The time has never been better to turn the dream of a cure into reality," says Rick Hansen.

News Beat:

The latest news releases on activities, products, and honors for people with disabilities.

Fish Tales:

Who hooked the big ones—and how they did it—at the Butch Ward Memorial Bass Tournament.

Sports & Recreation:

Reports on shooters, cyclists, and tennis aces, along with a first-class award winner.

Mobility & More:

How to fight for (and get) the equipment you need.

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