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Researchers from the Department of Kinesiology, Sport Studies, and Physical Education (KSSPE) at the College at Brockport, State University of New York are conducting a study to determine the accessibility of hotels and accommodation facilities with the life experiences of people with disabilities. They are seeking people with disabilities and their families who are willing to complete their questionnaire. To learn more, click HERE!
Through the months of June and July, The World Cerebral Palsy Initiative (WCPI) invites those from across the world to share their knowledge of cerebral palsy (CP) by posting to its new CP Wiki.
The Wiki is an online knowledge base on CP and related topics for everyone: people with disabilities, parents, caretakers and medical professionals. It’s just getting started, so WCPI is looking for people to help create and improve content. You can write about CP in your country, services, sports, technology, people, travel, health, employment, education, films, books and real-life stories…any CP-related topic. The competition runs throughout June and July.
How would you like to increase your fitness levels, develop new healthy habits, have a great time with friends, and raise vital funds to help support the needs of people with disabilities and their families across the U.S. – all at the same time? Please consider joining UCP in this year’s Steptember challenge by registering a team today! Pledge to take 10,000 steps a day while helping to raise money during the month of September. And, step up your physical activity, too! It’s a win-win for everyone. Register now at www.steptember.us and get your team ready to take the challenge.
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