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Hi Well, i hate flying because i am not allwed to take my assistance dog with me into the cabine! Ok, i know.. safety reasons and so on. But I still feel very insecure without her. and sometimes, i just dont want to take someone with me! Anyway. I've found this article about the american airlines: http://www.flyertalk.com/forum/disability-tra ...
Dear Alicia I am very sorry that your protg had to ensure such a terrible thing. Unfortunately, I couldn't find any centres for disabled children. I recommend you to address a local institution for child abuse and ask if they have someone who is specialised in caring for disabled children. Even though you are the carer of this child, it is not ...
Good morning everyone Is there a centre for abused disabled children in ireland or the UK? Or do some of the centres for "normal" childran have specialists for disabled children? One of my protgs got abused by an other inhabitant of her residential home and i feel overwhelmed with this task of helping her. she has cerebral palsy and slitly mental ...
*dying* Help... heat... kills me... aaaaargh! Finally some summer in GB! :D Love it! (even i can hardly move in this heat!) I feel like let my wheelchair running into the next lake or river! :lol:
Have you also heard of the Michelangelo hand by otto bock (i think a german comany) http://medgadget.com/archives/2009/04/otto_bock_michelangelo_bionic_hand_implanted_in_first_patient.html I've read a very funny comment in another forum: Since the bionic hand is brain controlled a woman was concered what would happen when i was standing in an elevater ...
hey I never had that problem. yes, you feel stupid. But i think all women feel like that when they had to lay half naked with wide spreaded legs on a chair. Dont worry. after the first examnation it will be fine. take a friend with you. you will feel a lot more save and strong if you are two girls facing a doctor! Dont worry, keep smiling! I dont ...
Dear Sir Unfortunately, the certificate of disability from Germany is only accepted in Germany itself. Only the Blue Badge is accepted in all counties of the EU. So you dont receive any discounts in the British public transport with the German certificate of disability. However, I have two websites for you that show in details various rules of conduct ...
Dear Sarah Actually, your wheelchair shouldnt be a problem. Choose a university you like and then contact them. Most of the universities in Switerland are accesible. If they are not, they have to become accessible till you start studying there. It's regulated by law that all public buildings have to be accesible. The University of Zurich has a ...
Hello I have turned to the Greek National Tourism Organisation in your interest for information about discounts for disabled people in the Greek public transport. I was told that there arent any. I am sorry that I have no better news for you but I wish you great success in the implementation and organisation of your trip to Greece. For further inquiries, ...
HI stikkYnout Thanks for your question. It cant be answered in general. there are many contingencies here. basically, every person must learn to cope with an unintended change in his/her life first. and a leg amputation a deep cut, physically and mentally. and that means that you dont feel like opening up to new things at first, particularly feeling-related ...