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Boletín de la Sierra Madre #82 | Enero 2018

Boletín de la Sierra Madre #82 – Enero 2018 haga clic aquí para la página de inicio de Healthwrights Discapacitados adictos-en-recuperación se unen Un nuevo programa servicial en México facilitado por Personas discapacitadas recuperándose del hábito de drogas por David … Continue reading Boletín de la Sierra Madre #82 | Enero 2018

Newsletter from the Sierra Madre #83 | April 2018

Habilítate Mazatlán is a modest service program run by disabled recovering drug-users. Among the services they provide is building – out of old cardboard – custom-made special seating for disabled children. Here we describe a related challenge the group has taken on: crafting custom-molded cardboard cushions to help heal chronic pressure sores…. We share this story because it conveys a great unmet potential. If more people and programs would make use of this low-cost handicraft, myriad dire complications, and premature deaths from pressure sores could be prevented. Continue reading Newsletter from the Sierra Madre #83 | April 2018

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Newsletter from the Sierra Madre #82 | January 2018

Newsletter from the Sierra Madre #82 – January 2018 click here for the http://www.healthwrights.org homepage Disabled Recovering Drug-Addicts United A new service program run by disabled recovering drug-users in Mexico by David Werner In Mexico today, widespread use of addictive … Continue reading Newsletter from the Sierra Madre #82 | January 2018

Newsletter from the Sierra Madre #78

click here for the http://www.healthwrights.org homepage Visit to ARSOBO As planned, in mid-November, 2015, my friend Polo Ribota and I set off on the long drive from Mazatlán, Sinaloa, to Nogales, Sonora – on the U.S. border – to visit ARSOBO (acronym for ARizona SOnora Border), a workshop where disabled people make assistive devices for others with disabilities.  Accompanying us was Tomás Magallanes, a young man with sequelae of polio, who was first brought to PROJIMO by his mother for braces when he was six year old. After he grew up he worked for several years in the wheelchair workshop … Continue reading Newsletter from the Sierra Madre #78

David Werner interview: Speaking on disability empowerment with Japanese disability activists

An interview with David Werner at Japan’s National Rehabilitation Center for Children with Disabilities conducted by the information center of the Japanese Society for Rehabilitation of Persons with Disabilities (JSRPD), October 26, 2009. Click here for the JSRPD’s page on David Werner’s writings. ( http://www.dinf.ne.jp/doc/english/global/david/index.html ) JSRPD: The title of the book “Nothing About Us Without Us” has become a catchphrase for many people with disabilities who are promoting the International Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities. What do you think about this? Werner: The name of the book is taken from the slogan of the Independent Living Movement, … Continue reading David Werner interview: Speaking on disability empowerment with Japanese disability activists