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  • The online Community for people with spinal cord injury, their relatives and friends

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Every week we cover in the Blog current, exciting topics from all over the world around paraplegia: entertaining and moving stories, innovative tools, social debates, travel reports, research results and much more. We are looking forward to your comments!

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0 kitwan Thursday, 30 July 2020
Wheelchair chefs: the success stories
Disabilities matter but ambition rules
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0 kitwan Wednesday, 03 June 2020
The eye-catching disability icebreaker
Wheelchair covers that spark conversations and connections
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0 kitwan Tuesday, 11 February 2020
Writing children’s literature in wheelchair
Stories of Grandad Wheels and Franz-Joseph Huainigg
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1917 kitwan 2017-10-25
Chi Wai Lai: Climbing a Different Mountain – in Wheelchair
Once a “Spiderman”, still a “Spiderman”! And bun-scrambling…
Hello kitwan, I'm so pleased to see your nice story about my friend, wheelchair climber, Lai Chi-wai who climbed the Lion Rock in his wheelchair...
3 StellaChiu 2017-12-11

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1917 kitwan 2017-10-25
Chi Wai Lai: Climbing a Different Mountain – in Wheelchair
Once a “Spiderman”, still a “Spiderman”! And bun-scrambling…
Hello kitwan, I'm so pleased to see your nice story about my friend, wheelchair climber, Lai Chi-wai who climbed the Lion Rock in his wheelchair...
3 StellaChiu 2017-12-11
1294 Kristina 2018-09-14
Follow your dreams, and forget your disability
Jane, a 10-year old boy from Macedonia, has become famous by living his dream
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521 kitwan 2018-04-30
Becoming Parents with Spinal Cord Injury
Four stories about the eternal “labour”
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0 kitwan Thursday, 02 July 2020
Wheelchair users’ game of thorns
The fight for personal space, safety and independence
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0 kitwan Monday, 11 May 2020
Why disability inclusion matters to businesses
Recognizing the value of the world's largest minority group
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0 kitwan Monday, 13 April 2020
Acknowledging differences and disabilities
From body positivity to body neutrality
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752 fritz 2017-07-31
We are one “Völkle”
Many differences – few similarities – uniting elements.
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664 kitwan 2018-02-05
Back to the Fashion Mainstream
Fashion knows no boundaries
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645 Jelena 2018-01-10
Paralympics and the Media
Still a complicated relationship?
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0 lorenzo.deluigi Monday, 29 June 2020
Accessible summer activities in Romandie
Looking for outdoor activities in Western Switzerland? There are plenty of opportunities!
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0 lisa.adey Wednesday, 04 December 2019
Accessible ski holiday in the heart of Switzerland
Find the best sit-ski holiday in one of Switzerland’s most beautiful regions
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0 YaoziMoreno Friday, 22 November 2019
Sport stacking – more than just cups
It is said it’s so addictive, that if you start playing, you won’t stop. Do you dare to try?
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966 Rebecca 2018-04-06
Tips for a weekend in Ticino
… by Rebecca, our author from Ticino
771 kitwan 2018-06-13
Wheel-chi for All
The Chinese martial arts in wheelchair

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966 Rebecca 2018-04-06
Tips for a weekend in Ticino
… by Rebecca, our author from Ticino
thank you, this is great and gives some fantstic ideas how to enjoy the time in Ticino
1 Ria 2018-06-14
771 kitwan 2018-06-13
Wheel-chi for All
The Chinese martial arts in wheelchair
Are you interested in Chinese martial arts? Visit the Wushu Swiss Open on the coming Sunday, June 17 in Baar, Canton Zug! The event is the second...
1 kitwan 2018-06-14

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0 Simea_ Saturday, 23 May 2020
Aquatic therapy
What are the benefits for people with spinal cord injury?
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0 akasha Sunday, 26 April 2020
Meta-skills: learning at the highest level
Learn how to learn, in order to get better and faster at anything you want to achieve in life.
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0 Cindy Thursday, 27 February 2020
Intermittent fasting: saying no to breakfast
Popular diets often address what we should eat, but proponents of this trend believe when we eat is just as important
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575 Johannes 2017-11-16
Homeopathy and acupuncture
How do people with spinal cord injury in Switzerland use complementary and alternative medicine?
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468 ellman_s 2017-12-15
Exercise recommendations
Which exercises do researchers suggest for people with SCI?
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0 lorenzo.deluigi Wednesday, 22 July 2020
Make to Care, a competition promoting innovations
Which one of these four innovative projects convinces you the most?
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0 kitwan Tuesday, 10 March 2020
Wheelchair innovation or wheelchair joke?
Anyway, inclusive design is not a joking matter
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0 Sorli Monday, 13 January 2020
Robot caregivers
Will robots take care of us in the future?
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254 Johannes 2019-01-26
The kick-ass supermarket checkout
Wow dear Johannes  so cool, that’s now the move on different languages!  Dear community I’m so proud member for this suplime teams. Thanks yours...
835 Julia 2017-12-22
Merry Christmas from your Community Team
Here is the solution of the contest: pencil holderspoon with adapted handletransfer boardgripping tongswheelchair No problem if you didn’t...

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1029 Jamie 2017-11-28
Adaptive apparel for all
Do you need fashion help? We have you covered.
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881 Jamie 2017-10-05
The best apps for wheelchair users
Regardless of your interests, there’s likely ‘an app for that!’
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835 Julia 2017-12-22
Merry Christmas from your Community Team
We are looking back at a successful year and would like to thank you!
Here is the solution of the contest: pencil holderspoon with adapted handletransfer boardgripping tongswheelchair No problem if you didn’t...
1 Julia 2018-01-12

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2751 bettid_old Tuesday, 09 August 2016
Disabilities cartoons: a way for removing barriers
Dave Lupton, better known as Crippen or Sox, is a very famous disabled cartoonist in the UK. As a matter of fact, he has been commissioned by many...
2179 Soldac_old Wednesday, 20 July 2016
Apps and online maps: showing accessible places around the world
Travelling can be a better experience for wheelchair users with the support of a mobile phone app that displays where and what the accessible...
1615 Johannes Tuesday, 12 July 2016
"Being a mother is the best part of my life"
Experiences by pregnant women with spinal cord injury
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2751 bettid_old 2016-08-09
Disabilities cartoons: a way for removing barriers
I like the idea of the board game! Would be great if there's a set to lend and play at the library in Nottwil!
1279 r_park_old 2015-02-11
Performing Arts in Switzerland – Where you should go and why!
Merci beaucoup! Ce sont aussi de simples moments de bonheur qui me font oublier la chaise. Profitez bien!
1088 Evgeniya_old 2015-08-13
The Tour to the Moscow Kremlin
Dear Evgeniya I was last year visiting the Kremlin. I was really imprest of al the things we have seen. Additionally to your report, I would...

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2751 bettid_old 2016-08-09
Disabilities cartoons: a way for removing barriers
I like the idea of the board game! Would be great if there's a set to lend and play at the library in Nottwil!
1279 r_park_old 2015-02-11
Performing Arts in Switzerland – Where you should go and why!
Merci beaucoup! Ce sont aussi de simples moments de bonheur qui me font oublier la chaise. Profitez bien!
1088 Evgeniya_old 2015-08-13
The Tour to the Moscow Kremlin
Dear Evgeniya I was last year visiting the Kremlin. I was really imprest of al the things we have seen. Additionally to your report, I would...
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5261 odyssita
Explaining what life with a chronic disability is like
Hi cAro, all the best for your research! I am very curious to hear about the results once they are being published. Thank you for researching this...
6 odyssita 2018-05-02
5179 Wheelie
Scewo
Good news for all who would like to try out the Scewo by themselves: according the Scewo constructors, the feedback on their invention was so...
5 Johannes 2018-03-12
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Wheelchair chefs: the success stories
Disabilities matter but ambition rules
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lorenzo.deluigi 2020-07-22 In News
Make to Care, a competition promoting innovations
Which one of these four innovative projects convinces you the most?
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kitwan 2020-07-02 In Society
Wheelchair users’ game of thorns
The fight for personal space, safety and independence
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Anatomy and physiology of respiration
Breathing is the most normal thing in the world for us. We hardly think about it, even though we breathe in and out about 20,000 times per day. We breathe more when we are active and exerting ourselves, and we breathe less when we are...
Social skills increase quality of life
Today strawberry yogurt is on Anna’s* grocery list. In front of the dairy section she notices that she cannot reach the yogurt sitting in a wheelchair. Many stressed people are rushing through the crowded store during rush hour and she does not...
Mobilisation / Transferring
What do I need to consider with regard to the shoulders? The shoulder is the most heavily-strained joint with regard to mobilisation – that applies to sitting up and transferring. It is therefore important to protect the shoulders whenever it is...

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2020-08-04 In Latest
An unconventional book on ignoring disability
"A picture is worth a thousand words." How about blank pages? Recently, a blank book has been released to express the absurdity people with disabilities are experiencing every day, as there is...
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2020-07-16 In Latest
Free masks for high-risk patients with SCI
People with high-level tetraplegia, paraplegics of higher age and those with pre-existing health conditions are more susceptible to a severe development of COVID-19. For this reason, the European...
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2020-07-03 In Latest
A COVID inspiration porn?
Over three months since the COVID-19 declared pandemic, many countries are still debating whether to make wearing face masks compulsory to help prevent the spread of the disease. Noam Gershony, an...
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