THE OVERCOMER-is published quarterly by the Christian Overcomers, Inc., a Christ-centered ministry for the physical, social and spiritual needs of disabled youth and adults. (FREE) The Christin Overcomers 246A Third Ave. Westwood, New Jersey 07675 201.358.0055
THE VOICE OF THE PHYSICALLY CHALLENGED(formerly Pyramid): a soon to be nationally distributed monthly tabloid for people with disabilities and professionals in the health care business. L.I. Family Publications 222 Sunrise Highway Rockville Center, New York 11570 516.536.4900
ABLE BODIES-is a quarterly tabloid published by the American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance. AAHPERD 1900 Association Drive Reston, VA 22091 703.476.3430
MAINSTREAM-is a full color glossy national magazine "of the able disabled" based in San Diego. Mainstream 2973 Beech Street San Diego, CA 92102 619.234.3138
MOBILITY LIMITED-is a newsprint magazine for the disability community published 11 times a year. Mobility Limited 401 Linden Dr. Fort Collins, Colorado 80524 303.484.3800
CHALLENGED AMERICAN (formerly Moving Forward)-is a colorful bimonthly national tabloid newspaper for people with disabilities. Challenged American Box 4310 Sunland, CA 91040 818.353.3380
A POSITIVE APPROACH-is a bi-monthly national magazine "for the physically challenged". Positive Approach CTEC 1600 Malone Street Municipal Airport Millville, New Jersey 609.327.4040
ABILITY MAGAZINE-is a quarterly glossy covering a variety of disabilities, with special emphasis on amputees. Ability P.O. Box 5311 Mission Hills, CA 91345 818.366.1552
WORKLIFE(formerly Disabled USA)-is a quarterly magazine published by the President's Committee on Employment of People with Disabilities. Worklife 1111 20th Street NW, #600 Washington, D.C. 20036
REHABILITATION DIGEST-is a quarterly journal of the Canadian Rehabilitation Council for the Disabled (CRCD) CRDC One Yonge Street, #2110 Toronto, Ontario M5E1E5 416.862.0340
DISABILITY RAG-the intent is to see people with disabilities as they really are-proud and spirited-not as they are told they are by a society that has institutionalized their second class citizenship. Disability Rag P.O. Box 145 Louisville, Kentucky 40201
PARAPLEGIA NEWS-is a glossy, colorful journal; it is still based on service to veterans, but of interest to the civilian spinal community are its coverage of research and medical innovation, sports and recreation, product news, listings of resources and coming events, book reviews, etc. PVA Publications 5201 N. 19th Avenue Suite 111 Phoenix, Arizona 85015-9986 602.246.9426
REHABILITATION GAZETTE-has been considered the 'glue' that holds the polio community together. G.I.N.I. (Gazette International Networking Institute) 4502 Maryland Ave. St. Louis, Missouri 63108 314.361.0475
POLIO NETWORK NEWS-a quarterly list of clinics, doctors, resource people, support groups, etc. G.I.N.I. (Gazette International Networking Institute) 4502 Maryland Ave. St. Louis, Missouri 63108 314.361.0475
ACCENT ON LIVING-published quarterly. The magazine is filled with articles about products, vocational options, leisure activities, medical news and lots of how-to information. Accent on Living P.O. Box 700 Bloomington, IL 61702 309.378.2961
BUMBLE BEE-fostors a dialog between injured people, and between these people and the assistive professionals. Sue Owen 412 Woodward Blvd. Pasadena, CA 91107
CALIPER-is the official publication of the Canadian Paraplegic Association. Includes articles on research, jobs, rights, profiles, sports, travel, equipment, etc. Caliper 520 Sutherland Dr. Toronto, Ontario M4G3V9 416.422.5640
SPINAL COLUMNS-news, resources, profiles, medical topics, independent living, etc. CPA, Alberta 1120 Weber Center 5555 Calgary Trail Edmonton, Alberta T6H5P9 403.438.5046
SPINAL CORD INJURY LIFE-is the quarterly magazine of the National Spinal Cord Injury Association. News, profiles, issues, commentary, research updates, resources, product information, much more. NSCIA 600 West Cummings Park, Suite 2000 Woburn, Massachussetts 01801 1.800.962.9629
INSIDE MS-quarterly publication. Essential resource for people with mulitple sclerosis; upbeat and lively; lots more here than just MS information. National Multiple Sclerosis Society 205 E. 42nd Street New York, New York 10017 1.800.624.8236
JOURNAL OF REHABILITATION RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT-is a quarterly published by the Veterans Administration. Covers the scientific and technical side of disability-engineering and orthotics, prosthetics, wheelchairs, etc.; plus research in spinal cord injury regeneration, functional electrical stimulation, biomechanics, etc. Office Of Technology Transfer (153D) Rehabilitation Research and Development VA Prosthetics R&D Center 103 S. Gay Street Baltimore, Maryland 21202
CAREERS THE HANDICAPPED-is an annual magazine full of roll model profiles on people who are disabled and working, or hoping to be working. Equal Opportunity Publications, EOP 44 Broadway Greenlawn, New York 11740 516.261.8899
KALEIDOSCOPE-the international magazine of Literature, Fine Arts and Disability, is a semiannual forum for disability- related writing and visual arts. Kaleidoscope Press, UCP 326 Locust Street Akron, Ohio 44302 216.762.9755
J.O.D.I.E. (Join other Disabled for Information Exchange)- this reader-written newsletter is intended to be a peer group-JODIE is a sort of Dear Abby for the disability community. JODIE P.O. Box 1045 Mill Valley, CA 94942
HANDICAP NEWS-is a monthly newsletter for the disability community. Handicap News 3060 E. Bridge Street, #342 Brighton, Colorado 80601 303.659.4463
SPECIAL NEEDS HARDWARE AND SOFTWARE: A WWW site for persons with disabilities, with the Internet'' only arcade game for severely diabled persoms.
"After extensively surfing the 'Net, I've found no great places where one can see online catalogs for special neeeds, or try software out right online," says the inventer/develoooper RJ Cooper. "In the future, others will join me in having real-time activities online." Cooper says that after dowloading a special viewer, visitors to the area can then download games and demo's and actually play them from within their web browwser. "There is no limit to the types of media that can be viewed within this special area: pictures, music, movies, test, etc This defines a new level of online interactivity."

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