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What Can I Do To Be An Advocate For The Disabled
Speak Up...: As an 'advocate' i find the best advice is to be a voice for those whose voice gets lost. Assist and be supportive in any way that you can; but continue to be proactive in your support and never be fearful of taking it to the next level. As long as you have someone's best interests at heart you will never be faulted for your 'advocacy' and for doing the right thing. ...Read more
Because it's fun: Traveling to new places and meeting new people can be fun. If you are disabled you will need a little advance planning to make sure your adaptive equipment will work well. Many helpful websites can give you ideas about destinations and handling disabilities while traveling. ...Read more
Is there any legitimate pain nanagement doctors still careing and advocating for legitimate pain patients?
Yes: There are several pain management centers. Good ones have a multidisciplinary approach, and may include providers from orthopedics, interventional radiology, psychiatry, and specialist in pain management.Some people may not be surgical candidates or respond to epidurals etc, and simply need medication. Signed contracts, random urine testing may be required, but do not be offended if you need tx. ...Read more
Are you disable?: Contact your driver license office , they will provide a form that must be completed by your physician and take it back to the d.L office , then they will provide you the sticker for your car. ...Read more
Vocational programs: Persons wanting to learn how to help disabled persons, from a health perspective, probably get trained as nursing aides or nursing assistants. These are vocational programs, many times offered by schools that also train medical assistants. ...Read more
Disgust: The response of disgust often resembles similar feelings about one's own self, projected towards others. It's a way people can feel themselves to be "better than" others, and discharges insecurities. I won't put a value judgment on your feeling this way, but it will certainly interfere with your relationships. Disabled people may live more fulfilling lives than you do. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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