Health and Disability Fact Books, Guides and Publications Document List
Updated/Revised Date : 2020-03-28
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Although some of these documents from our Publications category may have since been updated, re-written, replaced, or revised, they are sorted below by their original publish date. The most recent publications are listed at the top of the table with older articles being listed in descending order by the date they were created*.
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List of Publications Publications:
Book review of From Client to Clinician: The Transformative Power of Neurofeedback Therapy for Families Living with Autism and Other Special Needs written by Louloua Smadi.
Book review by Tsara Shelton of the novel Of Women and Salt written by Gabriela Garcia.
Book review of Why We Revolt: A Patient Revolution for Careful and Kind Care written by Victor Montori.
How 3D printing may help improve treatment for children with birth defects to avoid multiple surgeries, and why they are considered for use in clinics as an essential tool for individualized education and medical therapy.
The book Chance for Rain by Paralympic athlete and author Tricia Downing shows disability experience for what it is - another version of the human experience.
6 : American Foundation for the Blind Launches First Fully Accessible Digital Archive of Helen Keller Collection
American Foundation for the Blind launch of the Helen Keller Archive, the world's first fully accessible digital archive collection dedicated to the life of Helen Keller.
The book details how the author conquered childhood bullies and adult discrimination in order to live a joyful, and almost normal, life.
Leo Fender: The Quiet Giant Heard Around the World, written by his wife Phyllis and co-authored with Dr. Randall Bell tells the story of the man who was actually a very shy, down-to-earth person almost deaf and wore a glass eye.
Spinning in Circles and Learning From Myself - Candid book by Tsara Shelton offers a unique and intimate narrative on parenting, autism, and growing up.
Nita and her parents teach ten essential signs in the context of a fun story, using repetition to encourage learning and to help break communication barriers between parents and preverbal children.
The journal will cover pressing issues affecting adults on the autism spectrum, from emerging adulthood to later life and much more.
NRS Healthcare release free seniors and disabled accessibility guide to National Parks in the UK.
Adiba Nelson, mother of a child with special needs authors book highlighting childrens similarities rather than their differences.
New Book about a teen with Williams Syndrome explores the conflicts, challenges, and triumphs of raising a special needs child.
AARP and Skyhorse Publishing release essential consumer guide to hidden risks of mixing food, supplements, and medicine.
Caroline's Cart creator Drew Ann Long releases book chronicling rise from mom to special needs advocate and entrepreneur.
Book includes amputee cycling tips on two wheelers, tricycles, recumbents, handbikes, tandems, unicycles, electric bikes, and specialized cycling forms designed for the disability market.
Special Stories by Mike Kelly features short stories on youth with special needs and includes his adventures working in the disability field.
Re-Membering, a book by Ann Millett-Gallant, is a memoir about being congenitally physically disabled and experiencing traumatic brain injury.
The first two seasons of Fix It In Five with Lynette Louise are now available to rent or buy for people anywhere in the world.
The book Walk in My Shoes contains 27 stories by individuals experiencing or witnessing the challenges of losing both hearing and sight senses.
This helpful dementia guide offers in-depth content, that answers questions concerning sleeping patterns, medical support, funding including resources, and organizations to support those affected by dementia.
Single Handed by Hanoch Budin shares his experiences from injury and rehabilitation, to an athlete with eight Olympic medals, and participation in TV show Survivors.
Paralympian launches bespoke wheelchair-based workout book to help chair users become fitter, healthier stronger and more independent.
Masterfully crafted by Robert M. Hensel - Writings on the Wall: Inspirational Poems and Quotes is a product of the author's own unique life experiences..
Missing Frames provides glaring insights into the world of those living with hidden disabilities and has received amazing reviews for a first time author.
Pastor Richard Luther Corwin attempts to expose New Gnosticism of evolutionary priesthood, announces release of debut book, Creation, Evolution, and the Handicapped.
Report on the epidemic of arthritis among service members and veterans and the direct consequence of injuries and physical stresses from time served in the military.
Capti Narrator makes 50,000 free eBooks by Project Gutenberg available to people with reading disabilities and anyone who prefers audiobooks.
Book: Neurodiversity in the Classroom: Strength-Based Strategies to Help Students with Special Needs Achieve Success in School and Life by Thomas Armstrong.
31 : Disability Insurance Policies: How to Unravel the Mystery and Prove Your Claim by Marc Whitehead
Free book by National Disability Lawyer Marc Whitehead - Disability Insurance Policies: How to Unravel the Mystery and Prove Your Claim.
The SAGE Deaf Studies Encyclopedia applies a Deaf-centric perspective on multidisciplinary academic fields and combines research with political and cultural inquiry.
These remarkable stories bring hope to those currently undergoing traditional treatments that there are medical alternatives available.
Comcast American Sign Language instructional videos showing how to turn closed captioning on and off across their platforms.
UTA Libraries will develop the Texas Disability History Collection website with accessibility as the top priority.
Publication created for seniors and individuals whose lives have been impacted by changes in their overall health.
Getting Paid - Collecting the Disability Check: A Resource Manual for Libraries, Individuals & Professional Advisers.
Wheel:Life publishes Discovering: An Accessible US Travel Guide for Wheelchair Users with state-by-state travel destinations and family fun spots.
Vietnam-era veteran Lois Olson describes life as amputee in endearing new childrens book A Leg to Stand On.
Dysmorphophobia has two simultaneous meanings: the fear of acquiring a deformity and the fear or revulsion of deformity in someone else.
Healing Without Hurting book provides effective natural solutions for treating ADHD, Apraxia and Autism.
The book Dreams not Forgotten: Hope for a Better Tomorrow written by Will Kalinke is the story of Bill, a man who has overcome physical and emotional challenges to live a full and happy life.
Young adults with disabilities can find inspiration in a new book by author J. D. Kibler titled Babtoo and the Legend of the Spotted Zebra from AuthorHouse.
Robert A. Moylan, LCPC has discovered, through 20 years of psychology research, the simplest and most effective behavioral psychology approach.
Meehl Foundation offering new e-book available for free download that serves as a guidebook for people with Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD).
Book tells the story of Max Starkloff, a St. Louis man who helped create political and social movement that changed the world for people with disabilities.
Supplement offers thorough evaluation of current treatments for pediatric hydrocephalus and up-to-date evidence-based recommendations for their use.
Dr. Lin Weeks-Wilder author of Medicine and Health: The Dangerous Disconnect, says maximizing innovation is the most important health policy priority.
Philip Wylie, a writer and journalist, has written a guidebook about his extreme experience of very late diagnosis of Aspergers.
New booklet encourages greater inclusion of college students with disabilities in science, technology, engineering and mathematic fields.
Getting Waisted: A Survival Guide to being Fat in a Society that Loves Thin by Monica Parker is a hilarious anti-diet book.
Collection of scholarly works and personal accounts explores and analyzes issues of parenting by mothers with a variety of physical and mental disabilities.
Access to Independence for the disability community is a free online magazine launched by United Disabilities Services headquartered in Lancaster PA.
European Commission welcomes Marrakech Treaty ensuring equal access to books for persons who are blind visually impaired or otherwise print disabled.
55 : Beyond the Bear
Beyond the Bear is the story of a couples unforgettable courage, tenacious will, and the power of love to lead the way out of darkness.
User-friendly handbook to share simple solutions for common challenges and offers practical help for people who want to age in place.
57 : Touch Technology News - Information on Mobile Technology and Apps for Individuals with Autism and Developmental Disability
Special Learning Touch Technology News publication provides parents, providers and educators with information about using and purchasing touch technology for individuals with special needs.
All the Steps I Have Taken Then and Now by Linda L Christianson covers topics like finding success in spite of limitations and how to enjoy each day to the fullest.
Face to Face with God is a true story of supernatural experience after an alcohol induced car crash shattered his face and nearly took his life.
The FDA lacks any criteria for determining what safety actions to take and when to take them once a drug is on the market.
Levow shares true stories of caregivers and family gone awry from more than seventy family caregivers who have been there and done it.
Maxwell J. Mehlman book examines direct human evolution and genetic engineering where parents could prevent passing on inherent diseases to their children.
Information on obtaining pamphlets and posters relating to disability and event awareness including flyers and leaflets.
This book contains advice based upon scientific evidence and explains the social and political environment shaping this information.
Never Fear Cancer Again is a book written by Raymond Francis author of Pathways to Health newspaper columns.
Lovers Lame a novel that makes disability sexy by author Robert Rudney long-time disability advocate.
If you looking for an adventure story that is exciting entertaining and original this book by Chris Pink will be right up your street.
Salt is permanently disabling or prematurely killing millions of people every year as disclosed in the book Salt Kills.
Second Edition of Disability Discrimination and the Workplace covers both pre-ADA Amendments Act (ADAAA) and post-ADAAA interpretations of the law.
Off Balanced by Zachary Fenell is a memoir about teen life with a disability and is available on Amazon Kindle and Barnes and Noble Nook.
New Disability benefits resource manual Getting Paid authored by Allan Checkoway a nationally recognized disability expert.
U.S. Civil Rights Commission Report on Peer-to-Peer Violence and Bullying.
Joint outreach effort meant to encourage people with disabilities to Get Out and Enjoy Life in all 50 states.
Fibromyalgia and Chronic Pain LIFE is a bi-monthly digital magazine about fibromyalgia and related chronic pain communities.
Thunder Dog is a remarkable story of a blind man and the guide dog that led him and others to safety moments before the World Trade Center crumbled.
Free illustrated pamphlets in Spanish language inform about heart disease and other illnesses.
NASA has released a free book for visually impaired people to experience the wonders of the moon.
New Disability benefits resource manual Getting Paid is authored by Allan Checkoway a nationally recognized disabilities expert.
Z Puppets Rosenschnoz announces the release of their new Monkey Mind Pirates CD created to help families reclaim calm.
10% of children suffer from ADHD and calming them down enough to get a soothing nights sleep can be a challenge for many parents.
Preparing Employers to Reintegrate Combat Exposed Veterans with Disabilities book by Edward Crenshaw presents methodologies for achieving diversity awareness and understanding towards PTSD TBI and military sexual trauma.
Barbara Techel tells how Frankie suffered a spinal injury was fitted for a wheelchair and became a volunteer therapy dog through the book series Frankie the Walk N Roll Dog.
83 : Uniting Disability Rights Advocates with Bioethicists to Improve Quality of Life for People with Disabilities
Alicia Ouellettes latest book Bioethics and Disability Toward a Disability Conscious Bioethics takes on the tension between disability rights scholars and bioethicists.
Download and access books with Bookshare an online accessible library of copyrighted content federally funded by the US Department of Education Office of Special Education Programs.
The Cardboard Girl by social worker Marika Spaseska shows children parents teachers and school administrators how to protect children from being bullied in schools and playgrounds.
Exploring St. Louis from a Blind Persons Perspective offers assessments of local attractions unique features and accessibility.
Staying Crazy To Keep From Going Insane book will be a collection of Cohens humor columns some from his California career others penned in Cary.
The Google Books settlement would have made millions of titles available to the blind and Americans with print disabilities.
Life After Stroke On The Road To Recovery is written for stroke survivors their caretakers family and friends.
Cris Cohen will donate proceeds to the Triangle baseball league for children with special needs.
Public libraries across Canada are enabling people with print disabilities to access literature like never before.
New You Magazine to educate the general public about anti-aging and age management.
First Book and Barclays bring brand new books focused on financial literacy and college readiness to children from low-income families.
Annies Gift is a childrens book about a boy born with Spina-Bifida and a Yellow Labs ability to recognize his disability.
The most serious error after my major surgery was prematurely feeding me by mouth with soft food far too soon.
Parkinsons disease victim seeks to raise disease awareness with new book with proceeds from put on your parky face to be donated to pd research charities.
Stories of Children with Learning Disabilities and Attention Disorders Who Changed Their Lives by Improving Their Cognitive Functioning.
EMPOWERED magazine presents clearly defined and understandable explanations of confusing issues that individuals with developmental disabilities and their families face every day.
Netbuddy lists practical tips and suggestions from people with first-hand experience of special needs.
Riekkis novel has remarkably been one of Ghost Road Press top ten bestselling books for over 90 weeks.
Caitlins Wish by Victoria Taylor is a storybook written for children who have a family member friend or relative that has a form of disability or is sick.
The Loving Circle of Care is a book that guides readers through the difficult process of deciding when to seek hospice.
Davis phinney foundation launches exercise-focused tools to help people live well with parkinsons disease.
United Spinal Association acquisition of New Mobility magazine levers capabilities of both organizations to improve lives of people with disabilities.
Helping Children With Dyslexia - 21 Super Strategies To Ensure Your Childs Success At School.
Parents special education attorneys and scholars have praised Reading Disabilities Beating the Odds book.
Snowdrop have published a book titled Cerebral palsy A Guide to Understanding and Helping your Child.
Give Food A Chance - New Treatment Options for Eating Disorders Described in Book.
109 : Barilla's New Celebrity Pasta Lovers Cookbook with Recipes From Mario Batali and Tips From Julianne Moore
New cookbook from Barilla features Celebrity Recipes From Mario Batali and Tips From Julianne Moore for Making Family Dinners Meaningful.
The book Parental Controls chronicles the worst case scenarios in aging parental care and lists the choices that are available.
Author and disability coach Trish Robichaud enhances the lives of the chronically ill at no cost.
At Wits End is a book by Jill Stowell and is a lifeline to parents who have bright children who struggle in school.
The mystery of the Bear Lake Monster has been an exciting part of Idaho history since the early 1800s.
Comprehensive guide shows how to recognize early symptoms of the most common causes of disability in the U.S..
Low dose naltrexone (LDN) benefited sufferers of immune system diseases including Multiple Sclerosis HIV Crohns Disease Hepatitis cancer arthritis and Primary Lateral Sclerosis.
Author Will Reed Outlines How To Regain 4 Years Of Life In His New Book.
After Being Diagnosed With Multiple Sclerosis Author Jeff Cadwell Wants To Share Free Online Resources.
New Book Helps Families and Caregivers Cope With Cancer - Surviving Cancer as a Family and Helping Co-Survivors Thrive.
Author assures readers that exercises do not require expensive equipment or a personal trainer and can be done in the comfort of their own homes.
Swallowing problems account for tens of thousands of deaths every year in the United States.
Virginia Attorney Sheri R. Abrams has published a new guide for anyone filing for Social Security Disability Benefits.
Bubble Butt The Challenged Sea Turtle of the Mystic Aquarium by Kiki Latimer.
New Book Proposes Radical New Treatment For Brain Injured Children.
Editor of About.com and social media adviser to MediciGlobal Lisa Rudy launches new book for parents.
Children with autism are young adults first and individuals with autism second.
The Caregivers Compass is a guidebook for achieving balance while caring for a loved one.
Disability gave me the elusive goal of making myself whole once more.
Books offered in electronic and audio format for millions of Americans who are blind or have other print disabilities.
Citing research based on empirical evidence and studies from the field, Prof. Strenger says that adult lives really do have second acts.
Most extensive analysis of treatments for children and adolescents with Autism Spectrum Disorders ever published.
National Institute on Aging Detailed and Informative Guide to Alzheimers Disease for Family Fiends and Caregivers.
An Uncharted Desert Isle book the story of a tragic car accident that left him severely brain damaged and his courageous journey back.
133 : Flat World Knowledge and Bookshare Free College Textbooks Accessible to People with Print Disabilities
Flat World Knowledge publisher supplies digital text books to Bookshare online accessible library for people with print disabilities.
The Forgotten Room book covers an ethnographic case study of a public alternative school which highlights solitary confinement.
John Jakes has added a new chapter by making a $2 million estate gift to Mayo Clinic in Florida.
New video urges health care organizations to break language access barriers.
Human Anthrax Vaccine Program must be stopped Scott Miller and Company has completed the film A Call to Arms 2009 Edition.
Burns tells of her loss of vision and subsequent fight to live a normal life in Once Upon a Challenge Hearing is Believing.
139 : New Mobility Magazine Celebrates 20 Years of Publication and Employing People with Disabilities
National Disability Employment Awareness Month marks the 20th anniversary issue of New Mobility magazine.
Alpine Achievement offers a powerful account of disabled alpine skiing from its inception to modern day competitions.
MS Survivor and photographer Amelia Davis author of Faces of Osteoporosis and the Stories Behind Them.
Ability Lane - Disability History, Culture, Care and Experience; A Gift to the Disability Community At Large.
Google Books can now be downloaded in the open EPUB format making these public domain books more accessible.
Instructive for those who may have doubts about the academic legitimacy of disability studies and its focus on interdisciplinarity.
145 : Turning on Learning: Approaches for Multicultural Teaching Plans for Race, Class, Gender and Disability
Learn how to apply the principles of multicultural education in your classroom.
Encourages a society of more independent living and working choices to enrich the lives of the disabled.
Much needed work that cuts across traditional disability classifications and focuses on what can be done and for whom.
With the passage of the Americans with Disabilities Act awareness of the disabled reached an all time if controversial high.
Advances our thinking about the fundamental issues in Disability Studies.
Wendell has significantly expanded the scholarship on impairment a critical and underdeveloped area in disability studies.
Adult Learning Disabilities and ADHD reference book comprehensive in coverage of issues related to diagnosis and treatment of learning and attention disorders in adults.
A well-written and provocative beginning to a conversation about disability that is long overdue among scholars in literary and cultural studies.
Documents the political progress of the issue with stories about several of the nations estimated 35 million disabled people.
Rich and multifaceted overview of disability rights law and the experience of living with a disability in the contemporary United States.
Snyder and Mitchells Cultural Locations of Disability lays out in an extraordinary fashion the historical cultural locations of disabled citizens.
I could see myself like one of those street musician guys with the wild hair and shaggy beard.
Barnes and Mercer raise the bar for any future discussions of the social model of disability.
Focusing on the everyday life of people with disabilities Charlton argues barriers to independent living are embedded in larger social and economic environment.
The book Google LDN written by Joseph Wouk looks at Low dose Naltrexone for Multiple Sclerosis and autoimmune diseases.
160 : U.P. Book by R.A. Riekki
From a bold new novelist comes a complex tale of friendship and brutality in the book U.P. by R.A. Riekki.
Publishers to increase accessible materials for individuals with print disabilities.
Your time is best spent getting what the Disability Examiner and Medical Consultant are looking for when making a decision.
Foundational arguments in disability studies and provocative new work from emerging young scholars in the field.
Who Hit the Down Button is written by a person with a disability covering topics from a personal perspective.
Always Looking Up a book by Michael J. Fox where he writes about his personal philosophy that carried him through his darkest hours with Parkinsons disease.
Filing for Social Security Disability Benefits use my 15 step disability tool kit and get SSD benefits on your first try.
Brain Injury Books including information resources on traumatic brain injury concussion blast injury and PTSD.
Chasing Normal - A Guide For The Newly Disabled And For Those Who Love Them.
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