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The “People Power” Disability-Serious Illness-Senior Citizen Superbook Book 3. Disability in the Family (Parents & Children) By Tony Kelbrat
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Everybody has disabled people somewhere in their family tree. Lots of people are born disabled due to genetic reasons or as the result of pregnancy complications. People get injured or acquire... More > debilitating diseases at some point in life. I've lived with both, a disabled relative and serious injuries of my own. The thing is that the world goes on. It doesn't slow down or stop just because someone is disabled. We can do so much politically and the rest we have to do on our own to fit into the world somehow in a useful, productive way to get the money we want to buy the things that will help us survive and enjoy our lives more. The best thing I ever saw about disabilities was the 1940s movie called Shaggy Bush which was a movie about a family going through ups and downs. There was a bit in there where the mother said her daughter's disability didn't mean she was doomed. It just meant that she would still do what she felt in her spirit with her life with this extra nuisance to deal with.< Less
The “People Power” Disability-Serious Illness-Senior Citizen Superbook (Book 1. Disability Basics 1) By Tony Kelbrat
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Everybody has disabled people somewhere in their family tree. Lots of people are born disabled due to genetic reasons or as the result of pregnancy complications. People get injured or acquire... More > debilitating diseases at some point in life. I've lived with both, a disabled relative and serious injuries of my own. The thing is that the world goes on. It doesn't slow down or stop just because someone is disabled. We can do so much politically and the rest we have to do on our own to fit into the world somehow in a useful, productive way to get the money we want to buy the things that will help us survive and enjoy our lives more. The best thing I ever saw about disabilities was the 1940s movie called Shaggy Bush which was a movie about a family going through ups and downs. There was a bit in there where the mother said her daughter's disability didn't mean she was doomed. It just meant that she would still do what she felt in her spirit with her life with this extra nuisance to deal with.< Less
The “People Power” Disability - Serious Illness - Senior Citizen Superbook: Book 5. Disability Jobs (Most Disabled People Want to Work) By Tony Kelbrat
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The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), prohibits private business and government agencies with 15 or more employees from discriminating against a qualified handicapped person in all manner of the... More > employment process from hiring to performance to termination. Employers are allowed to ask prospective employees about their ability to perform a specific job function but they're not allowed to ask them about their disabilities per se. Reasonable accommodation for disabled job applicants refers to not asking embarrassing questions during the interview and also to make reasonable physical accommodations. Regardless of the particular disability, be it mobility limitation, sight or hearing impairment or a chronic condition like multiple sclerosis, the company is supposed to provide assistance in all these matters. This might be to provide a sign language reader, provide a reading enlarger machine for the visually impaired or build a ramp to enable a wheelchair user to enter the building.< Less
The “People Power” Health Superbook: Book 1. Medical Basics; Taking Care of Yourself, the Medical Industry Is a Mix of Good, Greed & Fraud By Tony Kelbrat
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You will encounter some kind of health adversity in life. Doctors can only take you so far. You will have to do the rest yourself. This book is a near comprehensive resource guide to point you in... More > a lot of different directions that might help you in some way. If all of a sudden you get into an accident or get a serious disease, you don't have time to sift through the hundreds of health books at #610 to #619 at the library or cruise the web looking for answers some of which are a massive rip-off. I'll give you a case in point. I was on a holistic cancer website where they give about 25 pages of solid knowledge for free then I went on another one with a ten page sales pitch ending with "Only $97 and you'll get all these reports about 12 obscure holistic cancer therapies."< Less
The “People Power” Disability - Serious Illness - Senior Citizen Superbook: Book 4. Specific Disabilities (Vision Loss, Hearing Loss, Speech - Brain - Mobility Problems) By Tony Kelbrat
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Within the optical field, there are several specialties. An opthamologist and optometrist are the highest grade of eye technician, doing surgery, removing cataracts, certified to use the excimer... More > laser to cure nearsightedness, etc. One step below that is the optician, the eye technicians who takes eye tests and fits you for glasses and contact lenses among other things. Optometrists diagnose, manage, and treat basic conditions and diseases of the human eye. Their practice consists of eye examinations, diagnosis of problems, and the prescription of corrective lenses. Dispensing opticians fill the prescription that is written by an optometrist. They design, measure, fit and help select frames for their patients. An ophthalmologist is a physician who diagnoses and treats eye diseases. For the brain to interpret the information transmitted along the optic nerve, to blend the two separate images into a single image and to be able to judge distances correctly, the two eyes must work together.< Less
The “People Power” Disability-Serious Illness-Senior Citizen Superbook Book 2. Disability Basics 2 (Pain Control, Serious Illness, Hope, Miracles, Wishes, Disabled Travel, Canadian-World Disability) By Tony Kelbrat
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As a group, disabled people are the poorest category within society. The government could do more but it won't happen until disabled people of all kinds come together to form a powerful voting block... More > capable of swaying elections like the AARP for people over 50. There has to be some kind of major aggressive program to train disabled people and put them out into the workforce. They should get preferential treatment for all government jobs. There are all kinds of assisted living retirement communities for seniors who can afford them. There could be living communities built especially for disabled people. We're wealthy enough as a society to do this but we choose to spend the money on warfare and all kinds of other foolishness like border guards between Canada and the United States. We're spozed to be best friends. I hope this book will help you but there are a lot of holes in it. It's a first edition. It has lots of room for improvement.< Less
The “People Power” Mental & Physical Disabled Education & School Guide (Practical Knowledge from Preschool to College to Adulthood) By Tony Kelbrat
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My three main purposes in writing this book are: 1.) To find all the conventional knowledge about mental challenges as I could and centralize it here. 2.) It is evident when a child is born with... More > down syndrome or his or her performance seems slower than normal but everything else is someone’s opinion as with autism spectrum disorders and learning disabilities. People who diagnose these so-called disorders have no specific test that can with certainty say they have this disorder therefore need this drug. That’s why you can’t take it on face when some medical or mental health professional sits with your child for 40 minutes then tells you that he or she needs to go on ritalin or some other drug for the next x number of years. No matter how you cut it, it’s a profit-driven industry. The school gets extra money for every kid diagnosed as LD or special ed. The mental health people make money diagnosing and counselling these kids plus writing drug prescriptions.< Less
The “People Power” Education Superbook: Book 20. Practical College Guide (Living On Your Own, Probably for the First Time) By Tony Kelbrat
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You're probably living a comfortable life at high school where you're well-respected and have friends then you go to college and you're just another generic, average student who is not popular like... More > you were at home. Relax. Everyone else is like you. You have to put yourself out there if you want to make friends, do fun things and enjoy the ride. The average 18 year old is massively brainwashed. He has no idea of who he is in his true nature. He's trying to achieve success by society's formula which is college. Many kids go to college not even knowing that there are no jobs for many of the social science fields. They think that if the college offers it as a major, there must be a job waiting at the end. This is so stupid. Most 18 year-olds are self-centered. They think they're special because they're going to college then they go home and try to act scholarly like those nerdy professors they've been listening to for the past four months.< Less
The “People Power” Education Superbook: Book 21. College Life, the Incidentals (Organizations, Websites, Sports, Internships, Alumni, Social Life) By Tony Kelbrat
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When you go to college, you are starting to break away from your family and friends in the old neighborhood, presumably to discover your own true identity. You have no choice but to confront... More > yourself. In your old high school you might have been the big fish in a little pond. Now you’re a little fish in a big pond. Everybody thinks they’re special. They’re not focusing on you as the cool, popular one. You have to make your own way. Depression rates are high. People are alone. They’re trying to do well in school. They’re competing with each other. You have to create a life for yourself. It’s your life. You will spend your life alone. You will not have the comfort of the family home anymore.< Less
The “People Power” Education Superbook: Book 23. Pay for College Guide (Student Loans, Scholarships, Grants, Military, Job, Start a Business) By Tony Kelbrat
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Young people want to go to college for the big social, coming of age experience but if you don’t come from a wealthy family, I say skip your fantasies of the college fun experience that you got... More > from movies, get a job while you go to either a community college or take online courses for the first two years then attend a local college live in the flesh. When I was young, college was cheap and fun. I think the atmosphere has changed. It’s more expensive now. Pick a practical major then focus on getting that degree as quickly as possible to start making money. You can focus on your artsy explorations anytime. It’s all about making money. Make a plan and stick to it. Chapter 1. Money for College Paying for College One-Liners Take as many lower division credits as possible from a community college or online where it's cheaper. All that employers will consider is the degree itself and the name of the institution that eventually grants the degree.< Less

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