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Sick Street By Bruce Ashkenas
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It is the 1950's in Cleveland. Bryan Wiseman never looks for trouble but trouble finds him. It's a hot summer day when two bullies throw him down a ravine, then toss his bike on top of him. A year... More > later Bryan, now eight, is in the hospital dealing with a rare neurological disease caused by his fall. His disorder, dystonia, is cured by a series of operations. Between the surgeries Bryan and his friends deal with the bullies. Along the way they meet Al Rosen and Herb Score of the Cleveland Indians and learn some lessons about life.< Less
Sick Street By Bruce Ashkenas
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It is the 1950's in Cleveland. Bryan Wiseman never looks for trouble but trouble finds him. It's a hot summer day when two bullies throw him down a ravine, then toss his bike on top of him. A year... More > later Bryan, now eight, is in the hospital dealing with a rare neurological disease caused by his fall. His disorder, dystonia, is cured by a series of operations. Between the surgeries Bryan and his friends deal with the bullies. Along the way they meet Al Rosen and Herb Score of the Cleveland Indians and learn some lessons about life.< Less
A Warrior in Motion By Brendan Vittum
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Brendan W Vittum is a self-styled Poet, Author, Philosopher, Photographer, and Subject who is exploring life, and philosophic thought, through poetry and imagery. He is also a Dystonic - these... More > photographs are an exploration of his disability.< Less
The Disabled Mother's Guide to Pregnancy and Birth By Natalie A. Otley
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Being both a mother and a woman with a disability - for several years I have faced many challenges. I have dealt with the onset of two neurological conditions whilst being pregnant with my daughter,... More > who is now nine years old. I then went on to have my youngest son (three years old) and recently gave birth to a healthy baby girl (4 months old.) After conducting much research I have come to learn that, though there are support groups and online communities - which undoubtedly for many provide a beacon of hope, friendship and ongoing support - there are very few publications written for the disabled mother in mind and the recent ones I have come across(post 1990-7) appear to be mainly in the US. I wanted to write a more up-to date book easily accessible, relevant, affordable and most importantly written with the British mother/to be in mind. My name is Natalie Otley and this is my guide to everything you need to know about pregnancy with disability.< Less