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About Disabled World

Disabled-World.Com is an independent Health and Disability news source that offers subject areas covering seniors and disability news, assistive device reviews, and articles on everything from helpful tips to disability sports articles.

Our slogan "Towards Tomorrow" reflects on the fact that humanity is on its way toward the manifestation of global recognition of the rights and abilities of people with disabilities.

The mission of Disabled World is to report daily health and disability news and inform the public. disabled-world.com does not provide medical advice, diagnosis or treatment.

Our web site information comes from in house writers, press releases, educational institutes and worldwide government organizations that submit news items, public notices and coming events for publishing - ( see Disabled World Contributors ). Unless noted otherwise, contributors should not be considered as health professionals, although they might have an extensive experience in certain areas.

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The Disabled World web site was launched in Early May 2004 to provide a much needed international online community for people with disabilities.

Disabled World is managed by Lynn and Ian Langtree, a couple dedicated to assisting seniors and people with disabilities.

With over 54 million people classified as disabled in the USA alone (The Census Bureau), Ian and Lynn saw the need to provide people with disabilities a web site where people with disabilities of all ages, and from all walks of life, could unite on common ground free from membership fees and charges, share experiences, information and provide tips of assistance to the newly and life long disabled.

Disabled World believes in the Social Model of Disability, a belief developed by disabled people in the 1970's, the social model changes the focus away from people's impairments and towards removing the barriers that disabled people face in every day life.

Disabled World is labeled as a family friendly site and is an associate member of The Internet Content Rating Association (ICRA) which is an independent, non-profit organization whose main aim is to empower parents to protect their children from potentially harmful content on the internet.

Disabled World is more than happy to research material relating to articles or products if members seek further information on a topic.

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