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In response to many requests for children’s books featuring characters who are disabled, the UK Spinal Injuries Association in association with Tamarind Books has just published two illustrated story books. Both are available from Spinal Injuri...
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Alex James, aged 21, whose mother has had multiple sclerosis (MS) throughout his life, reviews The young person’s guide to MS: a book for young people who have a parent with MS by Kerry Mutch.
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Gerda Loosemore-Reppen, independent consultant, UK, reviews Learning to live with Huntington’s disease: one family’s story by Sandy Sulaiman. 2007, London, Jessica Kingsley Publishers ISBN 978 1 84310 487 2 Available from www.jkp.com
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Christi Tuleja, parenting equipment specialist and project manager at Through the Looking Glass, California, USA, talks about delivering training with a new baby care assessment tool developed for occupational therapists.
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Alex James, whose mother has MS, reviews Annie and Dan talk about MS, a DVD produced by the Multiple Sclerosis Society. The DVD is free to download or order from www.mssociety.org.uk.
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Disabled father, Bryan Scatchard reviews Looking up: a humorous and unflinching account of learning to live again with sudden disability, by Tim Rushby-Smith. 2008, London, Virgin Books. ISBN 9780753513866. Price: £7.99
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A disabled Asian mother of a disabled child, from London, UK, reviews Dear parents… by Micheline Mason. 2008, Inclusive Solutions, Nottingham. Available from www.inclusive-solutions.com Price: £9.95. The reviewer wishes to remain anonym...
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Paul March-Russell, a father whose partner has MS, reviews Talking with your kids about MS by Jo Johnson and Janice Sykes. 2010. Letchworth: Multiple Sclerosis Trust. ISBN 1 904156 193. Available free or to download from www.mstrust.org.uk
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Alex James, aged 25, whose mother has had multiple sclerosis (MS) throughout his life, reviews Kids'guide to MS. 2009. Letchworth: Multiple Sclerosis Trust. ISBN 1 904156 177. Available free as a book or download from www.mstrust.org.uk.
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