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  1. 101 Accessible Vacations: Travel Ideas For Wheelers And Slow Walkers (book)

    101 Accessible Vacations: Travel Ideas for Wheelers and Slow Walkers is the first guidebook dedicated exclusively to wheelchair-accessible destinations, lodgings and recreational opportunities. Penned by Candy B. Harrington, the editor of Emerging Horizons, this new title focuses on the vacation planning needs of wheelchair-users and slow walkers.

  2. Complementary and Alternative Medicine and Multiple Sclerosis (book)

    With this book, readers will be able to find other options that may provide symptomatic relief when conventional therapies are limited,learn about potentially dangerous interactions between CAM therapies and medical treatments used in the management of MS, identify CAM therapies that are effective, low risk and inexpensive, and recognize ineffective, dangerous or costly alternative therapies.

  3. Enabling Romance (book)

    Considered by many to be "The Joy of Sex for people with disabilities," Enabling Romance candidly covers: shattering sexual stereotypes; building self-esteem; creative sexual variations; reproduction and contraception for people with disabilities; specific information on several different physical and sensory disabilities, including spinal cord injury, multiple sclerosis, postpolio syndrome, muscular dystrophy, cerebral palsy, amputation, blindness and deafness.

  4. Live in Wellness Now (book)

    Live in Wellness Now is an interactive, holistic journal designed to help you alleviate stress and improve your health.

  5. Living with Progressive Multiple Sclerosis: Overcoming the Challenges (book)

    This concise and practical overview educates patients about diagnosis, disease-modifying therapies, managing difficult symptoms, and coping strategies.

  6. Managing the Symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis (book)

    In clear, understandable language and with helpful illustrations, this book explores every symptom of MS and discusses clinically tested and proven methods for the proper and effective management of each. No symptom is omitted: from spasticity, tremor, weakness, and fatigue to bladder, bowel, and sexual difficulties.

  7. Mental Sharpening Stones: Manage The Cognitive Challenges of Multiple Sclerosis (book)

    This book is a vital step beyond acknowledging cognitive symptoms and the revealing changes that can affect those living with MS. It will also inform those who know them physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually. The contributing writers of this book serve as exemplars and guides of how to live with and function - despite MS cognitive challenges.

  8. MS and Your Feelings: Handling the Ups and Downs of Multiple Sclerosis (book)

    Psychotherapist and MS patient Allison Shadday offers readers effective strategies for coping with the psychological trauma of this disease. Using patient success stories to illustrate her step-by-step coping strategies, she offers readers hope, inspiration and validation.

  9. Multiple Sclerosis: 300 Tips for Making Life Easier (book)

    From basic principles to unique solutions for saving time and energy to specific ideas, this book is packed with helpful information for those coping with the special challenges of a chronic illness. Updated chapters cover Home Safety and Accessibility, Computers and Technology, Looking Good, Feeling Better - Grooming and Dressing, Managing Mealtime, and much more.

  10. Multiple Sclerosis: A Self-Care Guide To Wellness (book)

    Education about multiple sclerosis has traditionally been medically oriented and related to disease and dysfunction. In contrast, this brand-new second edition of the guide continues to focus on staying well in the presence of MS, a disease that—while incurable—can be managed. The book covers a broad spectrum of topics related to MS and its effects, focusing especially on the needs of those who have been living with the disease for some time.

  11. Multiple Sclerosis: Understanding the Cognitive Challenges (book)

    Despite the prevalence of disabling cognitive symptoms among people living with multiple sclerosis, there is a dearth of literature on this important topic. Multiple Sclerosis:Understanding the Cognitive Challenges is the first comprehensive discussion of MS-related cognitive dysfunction, including the changes that can occur, their assessment and treatment, and strategies for dealing with their impact in daily life.

  12. One-Handed in a Two-Handed World (book)

    One-Handed in a Two-Handed World is known as the "bible" for occupational therapists and other healthcare and rehabilitation professionals who work with patients who are temporarily or permanently one-handed. This is the only book of practical advice for managing activities of daily living one-handedly.

  13. Optimal Health with Multiple Sclerosis (book)

    A Guide to Integrating Lifestyle, Alternative, and Conventional Medicine.

  14. The Can Do Multiple Sclerosis Guide to Lifestyle Empowerment (book)

    Incorporating exercise, nutrition, and positive thinking, the Guide to Lifestyle Empowerment shows you how to move the focus from what you can't do by putting it on what you can do to live fully with multiple sclerosis.

  15. The Stress and Mood Management Program for Individuals With Multiple Sclerosis (book)

    This workbook is part of the bestselling Treatments That Work series. The Program described is evidence-based and proven effective and contains user-friendly forms and worksheets.

  16. The Wahls Protocol: How I Beat Progressive MS Using Paleo Principles and Functional Medicine (book)

    An integrative approach to healing chronic autoimmune conditions by a doctor, researcher, and sufferer of progressive multiple sclerosis (MS) whose TEDx talk is already a web sensation.

  17. There Is Room At The Inn: Inns And B&Bs For Wheelers And Slow Walkers (book)

    Many wheelers and slow walkers interested in travel assume that inns and bed and breakfasts will be inconvenient, inaccessible, or unaccommodating. Candy Harrington debunks this myth in There is Room at the Inn: Inns and B&Bs for Wheelers and Slow Walkers. She shows that inns and B&B's can actually be more accessible than many hotels, and than inn staff and management are often personally invested in accommodating their guests.

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