Chair, Let's Go!

Grady, Janett L.
February 2010
PN;Feb2010, Vol. 64 Issue 2, p74
Trade Publication
The article offers information on the benefits of wheeling around. The author claims that wheeling around enable people with disabilities to see better body shapes that their own. The author says that people with disabilities to discover others who allow a small flush of superiority. The author states that there is beauty at six miles each hour that arrives in no other way.


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