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Military hero and beloved Dancing with the Stars alum Noah Galloway shares his life story, and how losing his arm and leg in combat forced him to relearn how to live-and live to the fullest.
By Gary Skyner
Gary Skyner's autobiography, You Can't, You Won't: A Life of Unarmed Combat, provides an honest, detailed account of his life as a thalidomide child. Gary was born severely disabled in 1959 after his mother was prescribed the thalidomide drug during pregnancy.
Intended for parents, grandparents, teachers, therapists, and others who care for and about people with cerebral palsy and cerebral palsyâ like conditions, this is an essential and compassionate guide.Key Features:; Detailed descriptions of specific patterns of involvement hemiplegia, diplegia, quadriplegia; Explanations of the medical and psychosocial implications of CP; Photographs...
One day everything changed for Jordan in a car accident. This is the inspiring true story of how a girl got her life back.
This invaluable book sympathetically shows the owner of a blind dog that their loyal friend can still have the same zest for and enjoyment of life. With love and careful thought, you and your dog can help each other find new or adapted ways to live happily together.
`The first time Shocks saw Amber coming, he lowered his head so she could wrap her arms around his nose. Like two broken beings, helping each other.' When Shocks the donkey was left for dead on a farm in Ireland, no one ever thought he would make a full recovery.
By John Hull
Notes on Blindness was the basis for a major documentary in 2016. 'It's a gift. Not a gift I want, but it is a gift' Days before the birth of his first son, writer and academic John M. Hull started to go blind. He would lose his sight entirely, plunged...