1. Laura-Rampini-a-Sulmona-TGR

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    Laura Rampini a Sulmona - TGR Abruzzo del 24 maggio

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    • Laura Rampini al San Raffaele Sulmona

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      Laura Rampini, unica paracadutista al mondo in carrozzina, in visita all'Unità Spinale del San Raffaele Sulmona. “La vita non finisce se si diventa paraplegici”.

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      • Meet the scientists - Prof. Strittmatter

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        Prof. Dr. Stephen Strittmatter (Yale University, USA) talks about new discoveries to regrow nerve fibres.

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        • Mankind is meant to move

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          A short clip about why and what we are doing. More than three million people worldwide are currently dependant on a wheelchair after having sustained a spinal cord injury. Yet the wheelchair is just the visible sign of a much greater problem.... Wings for Life funds cutting-edge research to find a cure for all people affected. Visit www.wingsforlife.com to learn more. --- Production kindly supported by: Red Bull Media House, UMTV

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          • Home Adaptations and Modifications after Spinal Cord Injury

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            from NW Regional SCI System Added

            Visit our website at http://sci.washington.edu. Presented on June 12, 2007, by Pam Stockman, Occupational Therapist, University of Washington Medical Center. What do you need to know about modifying your home to make it fully accessible? Whether you’re interested in low-cost, temporary fixes for a rental or looking for more comprehensive remodeling ideas, this forum offers practical information about making your home more functional, with many examples of what other people with SCI have done to make their homes or apartments accessible.

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            • Conversations about advocacy...making a difference for yourself, your community and the world

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              from NW Regional SCI System Added

              Visit our website at http://sci.washington.edu. Advocacy: the act or process of advocating or supporting a cause or proposal. Sometimes you need to take care of yourself. Sometimes you look out for people in your own backyard. And sometimes the issue affects the global community. This is a panel discussion with four individuals with spinal cord injuries who are advocates on a number of levels: from individual accommodations to health care, civic issues and spinal cord injury research.

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              • Universal Fitness

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                Have you always assumed your spinal cord injury (SCI) prevents you from being able to exercise? Are you interested in learning about different options for increasing fitness after SCI, even if you have tetraplegia (quadriplegia)? Exercise isn't just about sports or working out, and at this forum you will learn a variety of options for increasing your physical activity in ways that promote better health and fitness even when movement is limited. Cathy Warms, SCI nurse practitioner and researcher at the UW, discusses the physiological benefits of physical activity for people with SCI and will describe a number of fitness options for persons with different levels of injury. Three individuals with tetraplegia discuss and demonstrate their fitness activities using a variety of techniques, from functional electrical stimulation (FES) cycling to beatboxing (vocal percussion).

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                • Getting Your Life Back after spinal cord injury: Finding meaning through volunteering, school and work

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                  from NW Regional SCI System Added

                  Visit our website at http://sci.washington.edu. This SCI Forum video features presentations by two vocational counselors and a panel of six individuals with spinal cord injuries, moderated by Steve Stiens, MD, associate professor in the Department of Rehabilitation Medicine. Presented on February 12, 2008 at the University of Washington Medical Center. The video starts with Michael Donofree, vocational rehabilitation counselor in the Veterans Administration, who discusses ways to contribute to your community while enhancing your quality of life through school, work and volunteering. At minute 12:44, Tracy Zajac, a vocational rehabilitation counselor with the Washington State Department of Vocational Rehabilitation who also has a spinal cord injury, talks about her own post-injury training and employment and outlines the process of obtaining services from the DVR. At minute 22:25, six individuals with SCI talk about their adjustment to living with SCI and how they moved forward and found work, community involvement, and their passions in life.

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                  • Using Hypnosis for Spinal Cord Injury Pain Management

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                    Presented on September 11, 2007, by Shelley Wiechman, PhD, assistant professor in the Department of Rehabilitation Medicine at the University of Washington. The presenter discusses what hypnosis is, how it is used to treat pain, and what the research on hypnosis for treating pain shows so far. She reviews virtual reality and its use in improving hypnosis treatment and shows a video clip of a burn patient using virtual reality for pain management. Finally, Dr. Wiechman provides a demonstration of hypnosis induction and talks about how to find a therapist trained in hypnosis for chronic pain management.

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                    • Conversations... artists with spinal cord injuries

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                      from NW Regional SCI System Added

                      Visit our website at http://sci.washington.edu. In this SCI Forum video, painter Brom Wikstrom, who has tetraplegia (quadriplegia) and photographer Leslie Jewit, who has paraplegia, discuss their art in the context of their SCIs. They talk about how they have modified their technique and subject matter, some surprising positive artistic developments that have occurred post-injury, and what art has meant to them both in their adjustment to SCI and as an activity that they enjoy. Both touch on the commercial aspects of being artists as well as their artistic methods. Originally presented on April 14, 2009 at the University of Washington Medical Center.

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