1. project: A Road Less Traveled

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    A Road Less Traveled is a cross-country photography tour & photo book project, focusing on children with special needs. We will be putting together a beautiful collection of stories and photographs into a coffee table book, dedicated to sharing stories of families that are on this "road less traveled." A road that, in our opinion, isn't talked about enough. A journey that needs to be shared. More info: www.projectARLT.com Support: http://kck.st/1wQuowz

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    • I Am Able - Kevin Enners

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      Student profile of Kennesaw State's Kevin Enners. This was Produced for the President's Commission on Disability Strategies, and Resources in conjunction with their ongoing I Am Able campaign. Kevin is an athlete and a writer who happens to have Cerebral Palsy and Dystonia. Special Thanks The Enners Family KSU Student Recreation and Wellness Center KSU University Information Technology Services

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      • Step by step

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        STEP BY STEP (Ernesto Walker, 2014) is a project that involves a series of collaborative drawings upon the design, development and performance of new tools for art expression that aims to find alternative and more suitable ways to channel the motive skills of students in programs of cerebral palsy therapy. The process begin with the customization of remote control toys, adding markers and ink deposits, and connecting the original controllers to the joysticks that are commonly founded in the electric wheelchairs for cerebral palsy students. The main purpose of the design was to take advantage of the previous training the students have on the use of their chairs, as well as the fact that the popularity of these type of controls responds to ergonomic studies and agreements. The use of the device by the students lets them work with different types of geometry and traces than those they are more used to by the utilization of brushes and paint. Also, as the device leaves a continuous straight line, it also leaves invisible ink dots every step. Those sets of secondary information serves as a path for post intervening the drawings and constructing structures followings the steps marked by the students while drawing. This project was conceptualized and executed in close collaboration with the Nuevo Amanecer Institute A. C. and as a contribution to the efforts of Auxilium Art to develop initiatives to the benefit of this and many other institutions. www.ernestowalker.com

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        • Physical Strength or Mental Toughness?

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          John W. Quinn, author of Someone Like Me, talks about mental toughness

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          • Birth Injury Lawyer | Cerebral Palsy Attorney | The Rothenberg Law Firm LLP

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            • A parent will always remember the birth of their child. You’ve waited for the big day from the moment you found out the news of your pregnancy. • When you enter the hospital after 9 months of healthy doctor’s visits and tragedy hits, parents start to question how this could have happened. • A birth injury- how can that be? You should know that you are not alone. In fact, 7 out of every 1,000 newborns, are injured during labor and delivery. • Did your child suffer an injury that could have been prevented? • There are several common types of birth injuries that are generally caused because of the negligence of a medical provider: • Head injury • Brain bleeds • Skull, shoulder, leg, arm or collar bone Fractures • Cerebral, Erbs or Brachial Plexus Palsy • How do you know if your medical practitioner could have prevented your child’s birth injury? • Did your medical practitioner check to see if you had a larger than normal baby that could cause birth complications? • Did your medical practitioner take into account all of your own health complications before delivery? • Was any and all bleeding responded to appropriately? • Did your medical practitioner react to umbilical cord compression or entrapment or any other form of fetal distress? • Was your c-section delayed? • Did your medical practitioner misuse forceps or a vacuum extractor during delivery? • Did you receive an inappropriate administration of birth induction drugs? I’m sure you have many questions concerning you and your child. Our family of lawyers is here to help. Melissa Rothenberg-Kapustin, Esq. Visit Us at: http://www.injurylawyer.com/practice-areas/birth-injury/

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            • CPspeaks - Horst Family

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              Interview with the Horst family about the struggles and triumphs of living with Cerebral Palsy.

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              • Melissa's World 2

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                When we first met Melissa in 2001, her family was waiting to hear her speak. Today, we all watch as she changes the lives of those around her.

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                • CP and the PCT

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                  A man with a mild form of Cerebral Palsy defies the odds and hikes 2,660 miles from Mexico to Canada on the Pacific Crest Trail. This is his story. Website: http://wesleytrimble.com Music: Second Class Citizen by Dexter Britian http://dexterbritain.bandcamp.com

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                  • Record InFocus Christian news - 24.10.14

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                    In this week’s news: Churches say no to gambling and fossil fuels. Pacific warriors blockade Newcastle’s coal port. And Asia Bibi’s death sentence upheld by Pakistan’s High Court. What's your view? Email: letters@infocus.org.au Twitter @RecordInFocus

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                    • InFocus Adventist News - 24.10.14

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                      Adventist leaders call for prayer on the issues of persecution and Ebola. Disabled student from Adventist school climbs Sydney Harbour Bridge. And the Sydney Adventist Hospital wins the Pink Glove Dance competition. Watch this week's news bulletin with Dannielle Synot and join the conversation via email (letters@infocus.org.au) or on Twitter @RecordInFocus

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