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Water Exercises for Parkinson's: Maintaining Balance, Strength, Endurance, and Flexibility, Revised
Ann A. Rosenstein
Parkinson's is progressive and we may not have a cure yet, but that is no reason to give up hope. Maintaining a physical exercise program will allow the person with ... (read more)
Lies In Silence: Lessons about Bipolar and Co-Occurring Disorders Learned through Advocating for Appropriate Treatment for My Family
SJ Hart
Lies In Silence advocates for improved diagnosis and treatment for bipolar and co-occurring disorders by describing the devastating toll the disorders took on three generations of the author's family. An ... (read more)
Barrier-Free Theatre: Including Everyone in Theatre Arts -- in Schools, Recreation, and Arts Programs -- Regardless of (Dis)Ability
Sally Bailey
Distinguished Book Award for 2010 from the American Alliance for Theatre in Education (AATE) Barrier-Free Theatre is a nuts-and-bolts, hands-on, comprehensive guide for making theatre arts accessible to children ... (read more)
Wellness and Writing Connection: Writing for Better Physical, Mental, and Spiritual Health
John F. Evans
Wellness & Writing Connections is a collection of essays by keynote speakers, presenters, and workshop leaders from the 2007 and 2008 Wellness & Writing Connections conferences. The essay writers come ... (read more)
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and Fibromyalgia: From F.I.N.E. (Frustrated, Irritated, Nauseated, Exhausted) to Feeling Better
Nancy Fowler and Lisa Ball
Chronic Fatigue and Fibromyalgia are like thieves, stealing from their victims. They take lives and leave people who have the diseases in pain and totally drained. People are affected physically, ... (read more)
Diet Myths BUSTED: Food Facts, Not Nutrition Fiction
Ann A. Rosenstein
Every day we are bombarded with so much information and misinformation about our diets that we don't know what to think. More and more "quick fixes" are introduced, often contradicting ... (read more)
Science for Seniors: Hands-On Learning Activities
Gloria A. Hoffner
Science for Seniors is based on one belief: We are never too old to learn. Science for Seniors shows activity leaders how to provide stimulating science activities that provide both ... (read more)
Assessment Tools for Recreational Therapy and Related Fields, 4th Edition
Since its first edition in 1990, this has become the standard reference book on assessment in Recreational Therapy. As with the earlier editions, the purpose of this book ... (read more)
Living Through Personal Crisis
Ann Kaiser Stearns
This book is about the small and large losses that happen to people, experiences that plunge them into a state of adjustment. It's for those moving through the mourning process ... (read more)
When Food is Family: A Loving Approach to Heal Eating Disorders
Judy Scheel
This is the first book to illustrate how the eating disorder is used as a metaphoric voice -- sometimes the only voice available to a person with an eating disorder ... (read more)

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