No two people are alike, and that would include people who live with a disability. Yet, if there is one common denominator shared amongst them all, I would venture to say it would be feelings associated with shame.
Boredom can leave you feeling defeated when physical limitations force you to change your activities, but there is another option.
What to do when someone falls depends on the person who has fallen. Age and ability level are important factors but unexpected falls can cause havoc and serious injury.
Like most Canadians, for a few months every year, snow blankets my life. Whether I like it or not, snow will fall, so, instead of grumbling, I adapt my activities accordingly.
Music therapy offers physical, mental, emotional, social, and spiritual benefits. I’m in!
Whoa! A lot of people have been stirred up lately and for good reason. It’s an understatement to say, ‘the times they are a-changing.’
Making expensive home-related purchases is fun but it is also stressful because you want to get it right. The only way to find exactly what you want is to look around, but that’s not always easy when you can’t walk.
Making decisions about changing your residence is never easy and always stressful; this is especially true when you toss in a chronic health challenge or two.
Grey hair offers a clue to a person’s age, which is why a lot of folks choose to dye it. I was a member of that group for a while but I tired of the discomfort associated with keeping those greys at bay.
Maybe you’ve heard that saying, “when you know better than you do better”. It’s simple and makes sense but we all know it’s not always easy to follow.