PA R A LY S I S R E S O U R C E G U I D E
FROM THE CHRISTOPHER AND DANA REEVE PARALYSIS RESOURCE CENTER
THE PARALYSIS RESOURCE GUIDE is a 310-
page book, a comprehensive information
tool for people affected by paralysis and
for those who care for them.
The book, available at no cost, provides a color-
ful roadmap to the seemingly alien landscape of
paralysis, including specific information about
ALS, stroke, spina bifida, brain or spinal cord
trauma, MS and other causes of disability. The
text also provides an overview of health man-
agement and the specialized clinical issues relat-
ed to paralysis. In addition, the GUIDE outlines
hopeful scientific research to restore lost function.
THE RESOURCE GUIDE offers information on
maintaining an active, healthy lifestyle, including:
*SPORTS AND FITNESS
The GUIDE also covers:
*TOOLS AND ADAPTIVE EQUIPMENT
*UNDERSTANDING ‘THE SYSTEM’
*CHOOSING A REHABILITATION CENTER
*PARENTS AND KIDS WITH PARALYSIS
*CAREGIVING AND FAMILY ISSUES
The text is authoritative and credible but writ-
ten in easy-to-understand language. Numerous
national resources and contacts are listed.
The book is indexed and includes a glossary of
medical and rehab terminology.
See reverse side for ordering information
Don FloodPVA/Sports ‘N SpokesMargot HartfordAilson Carvahlo/VSA ArtsSteve Higgins
How to get a copy of
THE PARALYSIS RESOURCE GUIDE
Individuals may obtain one copy of the PARALYSIS
RESOURCE GUIDE free of charge.
Organizations (hospitals, libraries, corporations,
etc.) may obtain multiple free copies.
Note: although the GUIDE is based on resources in
the United States, individuals and organizations
throughout the world are eligible for a free copy.
Contact the Paralysis Resource Center for
The PARALYSIS RESOURCE GUIDE
is also available in Spanish.
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