Appleton Full-Size Wheelchair Van Sale

 Posted by on August 25, 2017 at 9:00 AM  Disability Blogs, Inspire
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Kimberly, a resident of Appleton, WI, is selling a wheelchair van. This is not a minivan. This white E150 excursion van is a 2003 and has 48,000 miles on it. It includes TV, VCR, and DVD player. The van is equipped with the millennium series wheelchair lift. The asking prices $11,5000. Contact Kimberly at 920-213-5320

Publication: DisabilityVoice Date: 08-25-2017

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Your Hope for 2017

 Posted by on December 27, 2016 at 5:57 PM  Inspire
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My intention with this article was to be a continuation of contributor Jason Hubal’s hope articles after his passing, but this year there was a seeming lack of interest. Jason passed away earlier this year. My hope for 2017 is for DisabilityVoice to help more people with disabilities and for DisabilityVoice website to grow in usability & number of users. If you missed the deadline for giving your hope, there is still time to give your hope for an article in the new year. Check out the inspirational quote for December 2016 at the end of this newsletter for some inspiration. People who don’t necessarily have a disability, but know people with disabilities are also invited to give your hope or inspiration. The new deadline is Thursday, January 19, 2017.

Please Give Your Hope

 Posted by on November 18, 2016 at 3:55 PM  Inspire
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For about three years now Jason Hubal of DisabilityVoice has included an article on what people hope for in the next year in the DisabilityVoice Newsletter. It was Jason and also my feeling that the hope of others drive us forward to continue the work at DisabilityVoice.  In this tradition and in memory of the late Jason Hubal I am including a similar article this year in the DV Newsletter for December 2016. Please everyone let me know what you are hoping for in 2017 or if you want what you have accomplished in 2016. Or any New Year’s resolution. Please e-mail me, Timothy Carey, at tcarey@DisabilityVoice.us by Wednesday, December 12 midnight.

Please include your name, age, and where you are from along with your statement.  Also include your disability if you have one.  And let me know if you want to include your disability in the article and if you want to be anonymous.

Author: Timothy A Carey  Publication: DisabilityVoice Date: 11-18-2016 

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Living Beyond Boundaries Yankee Candle Fundraiser

 Posted by on October 21, 2016 at 4:40 PM  Inspire
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Living Beyond Boundaries is holding a fundraiser so your organization can help people with disabilities live a meaningful life filled with happiness, experiences, and
opportunities. Living Beyond Boundaries, Inc is a not for profit Corporation and is tax exempt under
Section 501 (c) (3).

Click on the link below, once the page loads, go down to Start Shopping and enter the group code 990106224 and enjoy.
https://www.yankeecandlefundraising.com/store.htm

 

Author: Timothy Carey  Publication: DisabilityVoice Date: 10-21-2016 

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Sometimes life changes course quickly. Justin Vedder was only 37 when he was diagnosed with young-onset Parkinson’s, and his wife Ashley was eight months pregnant with their third child.

A former University of California, Berkeley quarterback, Justin was typically social and outgoing. But like many newly-diagnosed people with Parkinson’s, he bega

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Author: Laura Amann Publication: Fox Feed blog  Date: 10 -14-2016

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On any given day, Margarita Elizondo will roll her wheelchair onto a stage, face a horde of kids, and start dancing.

“The kids love, love, love when I get up on stage and guide them through a dance,” she says. “They’re amazed by my wheelchair.” Elizondo says

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 Publication: KPBS Broadcasting Date: 10-01-2016

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Service dog keeps young student healthy

 Posted by on April 30, 2016 at 2:16 PM  Inspire
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Published on Jan 23, 2015

Simba, a service dog that keeps 9-year old Tayler Stevens aware of her blood sugar levels. Simba is the only active service dog in Stevens’ school district.

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Home For a Special Needs Child -Fundraiser

 Posted by on April 26, 2016 at 5:44 PM  Events, Inspire
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We are here to help the Jackson family who is in need of assistance in gathering funds for a down payment on a home that will provide a safe and functional living space for their special needs child.

Zacharia Faith Groenig-Jackson is one of three children in the Groenig-Jackson family. Before Zach’s birth, Misty, Zach’s mother and father Dustin, were told by the doctors that there would be complications with Zach’s birth which would leave him with physical disabilities that would challenge him and his family for the rest of their lives. On December 27, 1995 Misty went into premature labor with Zach. Knowing the complications that would challenge Zach and the family, the doctors asked Misty if she wanted to abort the child. Misty told the doctors and extended family that if it were meant for Zach to be in her life, God would bring him into this world as he would. On December 27, 1995, Zach was born premature and was diagnosed with cerebral palsy and had severe neurological issues that would leave him wheelchair bound for the rest of his life.

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Jackson Family Photo.  Five people one of them appears to be in a wheelchair.  It looks like Christmas time.

Jackson Family Photo

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Leg amputation: real story

 Posted by on April 5, 2016 at 6:18 PM  Inspire
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Find out why Colin Edwards had his leg amputated and learn that losing a leg needn’t stop you from leading an active life.