Charlie’s Chuckle

Tale of out-of-ordinary young hero, an adventurous 7 yr. old boy who also happens to have Down Syndrome
by Clara Widess Berkus, Woodbine House
5615 Fishers Lane
Rockville, MD 20852


A teenage girl feels set apart by her wheelchair
by Joni Eareckson Tada
Joni and Friends,
P.O. Box 3333
Agoura Hills, CA 91376

Different and Alike

Explains how we are different and yet alike
by Nancy McConnell
Current, Inc.
P.O. Box 2559
Colorado Springs, CO 80901

Don’t Look at Me

A boy with mental retardation faces rejection
by Doris Sanford
Multnomah Press
10209 SE Division
Portland, OR 97266

How it Feels to Live with a Physical Disability

Kids talk about peer disability awareness
by Jill Krementz
Exceptional Parent Marketing
P.O. Box 889
Boston, MA 02134-9857

Kids on the Block

Puppets that help children understand disabilities
Details may be obtained from Kids on the Block
Kids on the Block
9385-C Gerwig Lane
Columbia, MD 49507

Meet My Friends

Stories of how children have overcome difficulties
by Joni Eareckson Tada
Joni and Friends
P.O. Box 3333
Agoura Hills, CA 91376

Move Over, Wheelchairs Coming Through

Seven young people in wheelchairs talk about their lives
by Ron Roy
Clarion Books
Houghton Mifflin Co
215 Park Avenue South, New York, NY 10003

My Brother, Matthew

Realistic, compassionate tale about family life typically focuses on the needs of a child with a disability
by Mary Thompson
Woodbine House
5615 Fishers Lane
Rockville, MD 20852

Ryan and the Circus Wheels

Ryan is embarrassed to take his sister who uses a wheelchair to the circus
by Joni Eareckson Tada
Joni and Friends
P.O. Box 3333
Agoura Hills, CA 91376

Taking Charge

Teenagers talk about life and physical disabilities
by Kay Harris Kriegsman, Ph.D., Elinor L. Zaslow, M.A.
Jennifer D’Zmura-Rechsteiner
Woodbine House
5615 Fishers Lane
Rockville, MD 20852. 

The Child Who Never Grew

Story of young daughter born with PKU which led to severe mental retardation
by Pearl S. Buck
Woodbine House
5615 Fishers Lane
Rockville, MD 20852

We All Come in Different Packages

Activities to increase handicap awareness for grades 3-6
by Dee Konczai and Lorette Pesetski
The Learning Works
P.O. Box 6187
Santa Barbara, CA 93160

What It’s Like to be Me

Written and illustrated by disabled children
edited by Helen Exley
Friendship Press
P.O. Box 37844
Cincinnati, OH 45237

Pen Families: From Our House to Yours

For families of children with disabilities
by Elaine Tillman
Rt 2, Box 308A
Ash Grove, MO 65604

Treasure in an Oatmeal Box

Fictional story about twins, one has a disability, also deals with death
by Ken Gire

Don’t Stop The Music

Two teen sleuths with cerebral palsy crack an auto-theft ring
by Robert Perske
Abingdon Press
P.O. Box 801
Nashville, TN 37202

Show Me No Mercy

An enthusiastic Down Syndrome teen battles nearly impossible odds to be reunited with his father
by Robert Perske
Abingdon Press
P.O. Box 801
Nashville, TN 37202

Circle of Friends

by Robert Perske
Abingdon Press
P.O. Box 801
Nashville, TN 37202

After The Tears

For parents of newly diagnosed disabled children
by Robin Simons

Go For It

A Ginger Series Book for ages 8 up
by Elaine L. Schulte
Chariot Family Publishing
20 Lincoln Ave
Elgin, IL 60120

Special Angel

An Introduction to Down Syndrome
by Lynn and Michael Nolen
13302 Ravenwing Dr.
Cypress, TX 77429

Discovering People on Wheels

A coloring book for children to teach fact from fiction on those with disabilities
Inglis House, A Wheelchair Community
2600 Belmont Ave.
Philadelphia, PA 19131

Mama Zooms

A creative new children’s book that explores the relationship between a mom who uses a wheelchair and her son. 
by Jane Cowen-Fletcher. Published 

Home Employment Resource Books

The Work at Home Sourcebook

Live Oak Publications 
6003 N. 51st Street #105 
P. O. Box 2193 
Boulder, CO 80306

Home Operated Business

Accent Special Publications
Cheever Publishing Inc.
P. O. Box 700
Bloomington, IL 61701

The Future of work for Disabled People

American Foundation for the Blind 
15 West 16th St 
New York, NY 10011

Competitive Employment Issues & Strategies

Brookes Publishing Co
PO Box 10624
Baltimore, MD 21285

Strategies for People with Disabilities

Peterson’s Guides, Publisher 
P.O. Box 2123 
Princeton, NJ 08543-2123 
(800) EDU-DATA

Job Hunting for the Disabled by Edith Marks and Adele Lewis

Disability Bookshop
PO Box 129
Vancouver, WA 98666

Careers and the Disabled

Equal Opportunity Publications
44 Broadway
Greenlawn, NY 11740-1316 

Published by Pride Mobility

Welcome to Pride Mobility! We are a leading manufacturer of mobility products, including power chairs, scooters, lift chairs, and more. Our goal is to help people with mobility challenges live their best lives by providing innovative, high-quality, and reliable products that enhance their independence and comfort. Our company was founded in 1986 with a mission to improve the quality of life for people with mobility limitations. Since then, we have grown to become a global leader in the industry, with a wide range of products designed to meet the unique needs of individuals with varying levels of mobility. At Pride Mobility, we are committed to delivering exceptional customer service and support. Our team of knowledgeable and experienced professionals is dedicated to helping our customers find the right products to meet their specific needs, and we are always here to answer any questions or concerns. We take pride in our products and stand behind them with a comprehensive warranty and service program. Whether you are looking for a power chair to help you navigate your home or a scooter to explore the outdoors, you can trust Pride Mobility to provide the quality, comfort, and reliability you deserve. Thank you for choosing Pride Mobility as your partner in mobility. We look forward to helping you live your best life!

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