Search Results: 'disabled author'

Search

×
×
×
×
217 results for "disabled author"
Invisible Disability By Tina Thomas
eBook (PDF): $9.73
(1 Ratings)
A story of a womans journey with her neurological condition and what happens to her on the way. It is full of funny stories, memories and interest. Please buy this book it is a really good read and... More > it will inspire you. Have a loook on lulu have a look on lulu have a look on lulu have a look on lulu have a look on lulu It is by Tina Thomas It is an inspirational book to the many people out there who have an invisible disability such as dyslexia or dyspraxia. It is inspired by people like Oliver Sacks (Neurology Author) the paralympics and all the people I know who have an invisible disability.< Less
Disability Awareness By Daniele Luciano Moskal
eBook (ePub): $9.33
"What does the word Disability mean?" This book has especially written for any person regardless of age group, ethnicity, or business or organisation wanting to become more aware of... More > disabilities and their categories. In this Ebook the author hopes the reader will get a better understanding by simply looking at some of the disability categories which you may experience when coming across people with disabilities, and hopefully consider how best you can respond to their needs should the moment arise. Firstly, referring to the “disabled” just does not help. We are talking about real people first and foremost – people who are daily presented with extra challenges because of a range of impairments they are either born with, or sustained through an accident, particular circumstances, illness or old age.< Less
Hell on Wheels: Disabled Dominants By Raven Kaldera
eBook (ePub): $4.99
In the world of Dominant/submissive and Master/slave relationships, new seekers often find an overriding ideal archetype of dominants, masters, and mistresses always being big and strong, and able to... More > physically overpower and discipline their submissives and slaves. But what happens when the dominant is or becomes disabled, and requires caretaking from the submissive? This book is an anthology of the experiences of brave disabled dominants and the people who gladly serve them, and how they maintain their authority from the darkness, the chair, and even the bed. These stories are a bouquet of triumph and loyalty, and an inspiration to every temporarily-abled person who reads them.< Less
Hell on Wheels: Disabled Dominants By Raven Kaldera
eBook (PDF): $5.00
In the world of Dominant/submissive and Master/slave relationships, new seekers often find an overriding ideal archetype of dominants, masters, and mistresses always being big and strong, and able to... More > physically overpower and discipline their submissives and slaves. But what happens when the dominant is or becomes disabled, and requires caretaking from the submissive? This book is an anthology of the experiences of brave disabled dominants and the people who gladly serve them, and how they maintain their authority from the darkness, the chair, and even the bed. These stories are a bouquet of triumph and loyalty, and an inspiration to every temporarily-abled person who reads them.< Less
DISABILITY DISCRIMINATION LAW – FOURTH EDITION By John M. Wright
Paperback: $27.91
Prints in 3-5 business days
Now in its 4th edition, this popular book has been fully updated to date of publication. It's a practical guide to the law of disability discrimination in the context of UK employment law. This book... More > is for those who need to know their employment law rights and what remedies they can seek. Full of relevant case authorities, this book shows how the law is applied under both the Equality Act 2010 and the previous Disability Discrimination Act 1995. This book is for advice workers, trade unionists, employers and managers who need a quick and easy-to-read source of employment law in this area. The book is also ideal for law students who need an overview of UK employment law; and for lawyers who need to locate quickly a particular case authority and the reason for the decision.< Less
Dyslexia: An ‘Effective Difference’, not an ‘Affective Disability’ By Dr. Joyce L Hargrave-Wright
Hardcover: $20.56
Prints in 3-5 business days
This book charts the author’s personal journey through dyslexia, since the late 1960s. She shows the reader, whether those who are dyslexic, parent/teacher, educationalist, the government,... More > anyone in fact with a genuine interest, as to the true nature of dyslexia as she has discovered though her research, work, family and most of all, from the dyslexics over the years, who have so generously shared with her their concerns, their worries and their moments of joy and success.< Less
The Adventures of a Blind and Disabled Award-Winning Author: Inspiration & Motivation to Empower You to Go for Your Own Gold Medals By Shirley Cheng
Paperback: $15.97
Prints in 3-5 business days
What do you get when faith, passion, and determination cross with a blind and physically disabled individual? You get an ultra-abled award-winning author, poet, motivational speaker, and above all, a... More > passionate lover of life! Although severely disabled with juvenile rheumatoid arthritis since infancy and blind since age seventeen, Shirley Cheng has not stopped taking giant steps forward, with her loving mother Juliet Cheng supporting her every step of the way. Interspersed with words of humor, hope, and healing, this memoir will whisk you to the adventurous world of a blind author with vision, while gently nudging you to go for your own gold medals in life. "…should be required reading for anyone persisting in life's challenges or desiring goals…a wonderful treasure that will surely touch your heart, kindle a roaring bonfire propelling you into your dreams." -Susanne Morrone, Natural Health Expert, Educator< Less
The Great East Japan Earthquake The Diary of a Disabled Victim By Shinki Gotou
Paperback: $10.90
Prints in 3-5 business days
Three years since the Great East Japan Earthquake, which was a nightmare. This is the diary of a quake survivor who wrote under severe circumstances about the actual situation of the earthquake,... More > activities of the Self-Defense Forces, actions of mass media and the government. It is a unique, devoted, timeless edition describing “How the author felt about the reality of the Great East Japan Earthquake”.< Less
How to apply for Social Security disability act any age By Albert Case
eBook (ePub): $8.99
this book describes the process to qualify for Social Security disability if you or a loved one, of any age, becomes permanently or temporarily disabled and is unable to work. Few people understand... More > Social Security disability benefits, what qualifies, and how to successfully apply. The author, disabled at age 50, was accepted for Social Security disability the first time he applied. most people, however, are rejected multiple times! Find out how to be successful.< Less
Getting to Community: Supporting people with developmental disabilities in their pursuit of the good life By Susan Stanfield
Paperback: $25.00
Prints in 3-5 business days
Individual rights and freedoms that didn’t exist for people with developmental disabilities are now being recognized, for the first time in history. The expectations of people coming into... More > services have changed, and will continue to change as more people claim their rightful place in community. The next chapter of the community living movement is being written right now, by the people who are living it. Self advocates are claiming this movement as their own, emerging as leaders in their own right as never before. The skills needed to support their self-determination – to support people to author their own lives, to paraphrase John O’Brien – are different skills than the ones we’ve relied on in the past. This book is for the front line supporters who will walk with this generation into the future and work with them to navigate a path forward.< Less