1. Quiet Please Trailer Alternate

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    from Action Media Productions Added 341 0 0

    An alternate version of the trailer for Quiet Please...a documentary on misophonia, a disorder related to the processing of specific sounds in the brain - resulting in a life of anxiety, rage and isolation. This trailer features different segments of the 7 people interviewed, including Dr. Barron Lerner from Bellevue Hospital.

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    • SEPCOT: iPad Application for People with Aphasia

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      from fasmatwist Added 22 0 0

      Sepcot contains activities which help people with aphasia. It applies to speech and language therapists for the diagnosis and therapy of patients, but can also be used with guidance by the aphasic individuals who confront difficulties in comprehending and producing words and sentences due to neurological damage or developmental disorder. The objective is to encourage these people to clarify and use the semantic and syntactic features of reversible active sentences. WHO DOES WHAT TO WHOM? The exercises consist of simple linear drawings which depict concrete actions, figures/characters and verb-symbols that can be used in multiple ways during treatment allowing the user to work on four different levels: 1. Sentence comprehension & production of Subject-Verb-Object (SVO) structure 2. Comprehension of thematic and syntactic roles 3. Verb comprehension 4. Event comprehension

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      • My Multiple Sclerosis Interview

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        from Ashley Ringstaff Added 2,153 3 1

        This video is answering questions that I get a lot about what it's like to live with MS... And how I feel about certain things. We need to break the silence... we need more awareness, we need to find a cause and we NEED a CURE! Join MSWorld.org to join the mission on "Breaking the Silence"

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        • Parkinson Society BC - The Parkinson's Movement PSA 2015

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          from Parkinson Society BC Added 37 0 0

          We're starting a movement... The Parkinson's Movement! Exercise can improve Parkinson's symptoms and your wellbeing. Make an exercise commitment. Help raise funds for research and programs. Visit www.parkinson.bc.ca for more information!

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          • Sossusvlei

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            from Loose Threads Cinema Added

            A panoramic image of the Namib desert is used to create subtle visual mutations via frame-by-frame modifications to luminosity, orientation, and movement. The film takes four elements as its subject matter: The dessert, the derivative still image, the resultant film itself, and the viewer’s process of observation. Yet, like many things in the desert, not everything is what it seems. Sossusvlei’s soundtrack is placed in counterpoint to the symmetrical visual elements. As this distinct auditory dimension becomes increasingly associated with the visual flow, the association of observer and observed becomes apparent when the film becomes totally silent.

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            • "The Huntington's Disease Project: Removing the Mask"

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              from WeHaveAFace.org Added

              WeHaveAFace.org - The Huntington's Disease Project! We still need your help and support to complete the final stage of the independent film! Please consider donating! www.WeHaveAFace.org/donate

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              • Parkinson's Western Australia

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                from Parkinson's WA Added 959 0 0

                You may think you know about Parkinson's. Please watch until the end. (08) 9346 7373 info@parkinsonswa.org.au

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                • Outdoor Mindset Overview

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                  from Outdoor Mindset Added 65 0 0

                  Outdoor Mindset Overview

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                  • Parkinson's Western Australia - Support Groups

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                    from Parkinson's WA Added 141 0 0

                    Parkinson's is a lifelong condition, but it doesn't have to mean big changes for your life. Parkinson's Western Australia offers yoga, tai chi, and singing classes to members and their family carers. We have classes north and south of the river and welcome people of all ages and abilities. Keeping active and staying involved in community activities is essential for people with Parkinson's - our nurses live by the mantra 'move it or lose it'. Our 17 support groups cover the Perth metropolitan and South-West WA regions and offer a supportive environment for people with Parkinson's. Support groups have been established in regional centres including Mandurah, Bunbury and Busselton and meet every month. If you or someone you know would benefit from joining one of our activities or groups please contact the Parkinson's Western Australia office on: (08) 9346 7373 info@parkinsonswa.org.au

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                    • Neurological Warm Up

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                      from CAdams - The Running Coach Added 101 1 0

                      This video is about Neurological Warm Up and activating the Cerebellum. In Latin, the word cerebellum means little brain. The cerebellum is the area of the hindbrain that controls motor movement coordination, balance, equilibrium and muscle tone. The cerebellum contains hundreds of millions of neurons for processing data. It relays information between body muscles and areas of the cerebral cortex that are involved in motor control. Complex movement patterns as shown in the video help to stimulate the cerebellum which will have a direct impact on a persons movement skills including balance, muscle activation and range of motion. Performing the routine prior to exercise will help both warm up the body for the activity as well as activate the cerebellum and assist on whole coordinated movement.

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