Lifestyle #2908

Hollywood To Real Life

We have two guests today both with inspiring stories.  Actor and musician Wally Kurth very well may be the only actor to simultaneously play recurring roles on two different soap operas, Days Of Our Lives and General Hospital.  However, he maintains that the most important roles he plays are husband and father. Actor, comedian and author, Geri Jewell shattered the glass ceiling for people with disabilities on television as being the first person with a disability to be cast on network television. As a star with cerebral palsy she shares her experiences from the The Facts Of Life and Deadwood television series. Free Offer: Physical Fitness and Exercise for Adults with Cerebral Palsy Offer Code: PALSY-T-F-401 Offer Description: American Academy for Cerebral Palsy and Developmental Medicine Fact Sheet “Physical Fitness and Exercise for Adults with Cerebral Palsy”

Lifestyle #2711

Pushing Past Limits

Imagine skiing down a slope, feeling the breeze against your face, smelling the pines and experiencing the adrenaline rush as you glide across the snow.  Now imagine that you are blind and doing this – sounds intimidating right?  Well the President of Extreme Mobility Sports Inc., Mr. Bradon Schwartz; and Mr. Alvin Chea from the multi-Grammy Winning vocal group Take 6; along blind Crossfit competitor Corey Reed; and Alyssa Hicks explain how rising to the challenge is a liberating and inspiring experience for those that are visually challenged.   Free Offer: “Responding to Life’s Challenges with Resilience and Strength” Offer Code: LIFE-T-F-401   Offer Description: Resilience doesn’t simply mean “bouncing back” from a trauma, loss, or disaster. It also means being proactive whenever possible and planning for or preventing such circumstances. CareNotes author Mary Kendrick Moore helps readers call upon the strengths and abilities needed to respond helpfully and hopefully to life’s challenges in sections titled: “Acknowledge your loss and fear,” “Believe in your ability to foster resilience,” “Exercise your brain,” and “Find support among those you trust.”

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