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Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation Paralysis Resource Center Releases New Edition of "Paralysis Resource Guide" for e-Readers
For the first time, individuals living with paralysis and their caregivers can access the comprehensive Paralysis Resource Guide digitally on their smartphone, Nook, iPad or Kindle.
The third edition of this vital resource, compiled and distributed by the Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation Paralysis Resource Center, is a free reference and lifestyle tool for people affected by paralysis.
New to the Guide are fine-art portraits of people living with paralysis, photographed by Christopher Voelker, a Reeve Ambassador and professional photographer who has been living with paralysis since being injured in a high-speed motocross accident at age 16. Voelker's diverse portraits showcase the inner strength of a variety of paralyzed people, such as Sundance Channel's "Push Girls" stars Angela Rockwood and Chelsie Hill; comedienne Geri Jewell; Lourdes Mack, the 10-year-old named Little Miss Wheelchair California; and pro surfer Christiaan Bailey.
Read the full press release.