Moving Beyond Disabilities Personal Safety for the Street and Home: Personal Safety for the Street and Home Linda Moller

ISBN: 9781463542436

Published: May 28th 2011

Paperback

128 pages


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Moving Beyond Disabilities Personal Safety for the Street and Home: Personal Safety for the Street and Home  by  Linda Moller

Moving Beyond Disabilities Personal Safety for the Street and Home: Personal Safety for the Street and Home by Linda Moller
May 28th 2011 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, AUDIO, mp3, RTF | 128 pages | ISBN: 9781463542436 | 6.61 Mb

Moving Beyond Disabilities is the first of its kind to specifically address personal safety, health and awareness for individuals with unsteady gait, who have need for a cane, who use a walker orwheelchair or are visually impaired.

In this book it isMoreMoving Beyond Disabilities is the first of its kind to specifically address personal safety, health and awareness for individuals with unsteady gait, who have need for a cane, who use a walker orwheelchair or are visually impaired. In this book it is clear that living with a disability does not mean that your personal safety is the responsibility of someone else. The empowerment and independence that one can feel by having the knowledge to protect themselves is life changing.

The information and instruction in this book is geared towards individuals with disabilities, but is also applicable to anyone interested in their own personal safety. This text is designed to meet the needs of agencies, instructors in the fields of education, community programs, as well as parents and friends who work with and assist individuals with disabilities. The ten chapters include Being Aware Makes a Difference, Home Security, Personal Safety in Your Vehicle, An Unsteady Gait - Its Challenges and Solutions, A Walkers Versatility, A Wheelchair For Your Safety, Reaching Personal Safety with Visual Impairments, and Exercises to Improve Your Functional Fitness.

Scenarios alert the reader as to potential daily concerns, escape techniques and counters combined with exercises to improve ones functional fitness. Author Linda Moller has an extensive background in teaching and designing programs for individuals who have disabilities and for staff members who teach those with disabilities. For the past 33 years she has worked making a difference for individuals with disabilities in the human services division of the not-for-profit Coarc (Columbia County Chapter of NYSARC, an organization dealing with developmental disabilities). This is combined with her 30 years experience in the American Martial Arts Institute which teaches American Eagle Style.

As a 6th Degree black belt instructor she has passed on safety information to thousands of individuals through classes and seminars. Co-author Clifford C. Crandall Jr. is the founder and Grandmaster of the American Martial Arts Institute. He is also Headmaster of Takenouchi-Hangan-Ryu-Matsuno-Crandall which teaches traditional Iaido. A retired Superintendent of schools in New York State, he has also held positions as a teacher, administrator for elementary and high school as well as taught at the college level.

He is known worldwide for his books, videos, and DVDs on personal safety and awareness. He has hosted two TV shows and lectured extensively on safety topics for all individuals including those with disabilities. Knowledge is the Key.

Together these two individuals bring knowledge to you the reader which can impact your views of personal safety and empower you to enhance your quality of life.



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