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September 11th, 2013

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Special Operations Bionic Warriors to Undertake Adventure TEAM Challenge

September 1st, 2013

Grand Junction, Colorado (PRWEB) August 29, 2013

An elite group of Army and Marine Special Operations veterans are undertaking their first outdoor sporting competition with World T.E.A.M. Sports September 13-15 Adventure TEAM Challenge in western Colorado.

The Special Operations Bionic Warriors Team includes five skilled veterans from four states working together to successfully complete the three-stage Challenge in the McInnis Canyon National Conservation Area, a rugged wilderness region of red sandstone desert, deep canyons and sandy trails near the Utah-Colorado border. Unlike other teams participating in this years Challenge, the Bionic Warriors all are adaptive athletes, having sustained injuries during their service to their nation.

Sporting events for our wounded Special Operations Soldiers provide post rehabilitation support that promotes physical fitness and improves the overall quality of life, says retired Army COL David MacDonald, the President of the non-profit Special Operations Bionic Warriors. I have witnessed dramatic positive change, both mentally and physically, with the wounded special operators that participate in sport. This positive change is quite inspirational to me and those special operators that participate in sport.

From the first Adventure TEAM Challenge in 2007, five person military, civilian and corporate teams competing in western Colorado include at least two participants with disabilities. Of these athletes, one must be a wheelchair user. In past events, competitors have included paraplegic and quadriplegic athletes, amputee participants and even blind athletes. Working closely together, the athletes overcome obstacles, solve technical problems and find their way through the wilderness, relying on maps and orienteering skills.

For many of the athletes with disabilities, the Challenge provides an opportunity to return outdoors and participate in sports such as mountain biking, river rafting, rappelling on cliffs, and hiking. This is an exceptional accomplishment for these athletes, many of whom were active outdoors men and women prior to their injuries or illness. For participating military teams like the Bionic Warriors, the team competition offers a return to the close camaraderie and fellowship they developed while serving.

Each member of the Bionic Warriors Team has been active in sports prior to joining together for the Challenge. John Stanz, a Marine from Hamburg, New York, has competed in the Wounded Warrior Games since 2011. He has competed in swimming, shooting, wheelchair basketball, rowing, skiing, and hunting. Ben Duran from Colorado Springs also is an active Wounded Warrior Games veteran, participating in sitting volleyball, shooting and cycling. Abbeville, Alabama veteran Anthony Radetic has competed in three Wounded Warrior Games, and is active in skiing, scuba diving, archery, swimming, and wheelchair basketball.

Other team members include Army Special Operations veteran Israel Santiago from Colorado Springs, active in fishing, golfing, hiking, hunting and cycling. Kyle Butcher from Aledo, Texas is a veteran of the Wounded Warrior Games, participating in track, sitting volleyball and shooting. Alternate team member Eric Hollen, a member of the Bionic Warriors board of Directors, is a Colorado Springs veteran who competed in the 2012 London Games as a member of the US Paralympic Team.

A goal of Special Operations Bionic Warriors is to develop adventure teams comprised of US Special Operations Soldiers, said COL MacDonald. We would like to compete nationwide in different types of adventure races. [World T.E.A.M. Sports COO] Van Brinson sent us an invitation, I presented it to the members of the Board and we decided that the 2013 Adventure TEAM Challenge would be our first adventure sport competition.

Beginning September 13 with the prologue, the Bionic Warriors will undertake three days of the Challenge, against seven other teams currently scheduled to compete. In six years of previous competitions, all teams have successfully completed the Challenge.

We are, very much, looking forward to the challenge and are grateful for the opportunity to compete in this event, and grateful for the staff and sponsors who are organizing this event, said COL MacDonald.

The Adventure TEAM Challenge from non-profit World T.E.A.M. Sports is sponsored by Fidelity & Guaranty Life, Penske Truck Rental and Timberline Tours. Celebrating 20 years in 2013, World T.E.A.M. Sports creates inclusive sporting events for disabled and able-bodied athletes.

Computer Desks for Wheelchair Accessibility Designed by TherAdapt Now Offered by

August 12th, 2013

Elberton, GA (PRWEB) August 09, 2013, an online e-commerce company that sells rehabilitation and medical supplies, has joined into a distribution agreement with TherAdapt Products, Incorporated, to offer their Computer Desks for wheelchair users of all ages to a wider consumer marketplace. Headquartered in Ludington, Michigan, TherAdapt is a therapist-owned company, utilizing their own experience and combining it with input from the pediatric therapy community to create premium quality, innovative rehab and adaptive products for special needs children of all ages. Their diverse and comprehensive product lines include bathing chairs, toileting chairs, special needs strollers, walkers, adapted tricycles, car seats, adaptive chairs and desks, and a wide variety of therapeutic products designed for use in the home, clinic or classroom.

Accommodating students of all ages and abilities, TherAdapts Computer Desks are an ideal solution for young users in wheelchairs. A retractable and easy-to-turn hand crank enables infinite work surface adjustments to meet the functional requirements of students with disabilities, along with meeting the standards set by the ADA. Ideal for the classroom, work, clinic or home setting, this computer workstation is able to fit computer users from kindergarten through college and beyond. The powder-coated, durable steel construction of the base combined with an oak laminate top will provide years of easy maintenance.

These Computer Desks additionally feature removable covers on the leg channels and cross beam to manage wires efficiently, and special options include a locking wheel kit for added security and stability. We are excited to introduce these accessible Computer Desks from TherAdapt Products to more consumers, said Hulet Smith, OTR/L, MBA and CEO of Rehabmart. As an ergonomic solution providing variable sit-to-stand height ranges for individual positioning, this desk is well suited for multi-user environments and special needs classrooms. Meeting or exceeding ANSI/BIFMA standards, BSR/HFES 100 standards and ANSI A1171 (wheelchair accessibility) standards, we are proud to offer these desks, and all of the superior quality rehab and adaptive products from TherAdapt to our customers at


As an Occupational Therapist, the founder of Rehabmart, Hulet Smith, has the breadth of knowledge and experience necessary to match the needs of his customers with the very latest innovative products in the field of medical supplies and rehabilitation equipment. As a parent of special needs children, he has a personal interest in finding the best products to improve the lives of those who are disabled and medically challenged. is committed to providing superior customer service, competitive pricing and exceptional product offerings.


BREAKING NEWS – Wheelchair Bomber Detonates Device In Arrivals Hall Of Beijing Airport

July 23rd, 2013

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Rare film depicts Franklin Roosevelt in wheelchair

July 13th, 2013

Rare film depicts Franklin Roosevelt in wheelchair
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Disabled girl barred from museum because wheelchair would "get the carpet dirty"
A disabled Charlotte girl was barred from visiting a maritime museum because her wheelchair would "get the carpet dirty," her family claims. Dr. Ken Haas told CBS affiliate WBTV in Savannah, Ga. that his family had traveled to Savannah for a weekend trip.
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Man In Wheelchair Tumbles Off Train Platform & Onto Tracks!! Watch His Daring
An unidentified disabled man hoping to ride Washington D.C.'s Metro last Thursday accidentally drove his motorized wheelchair off of the train platform and CRASHED down onto the tracks below!! Aside from the nasty tumble, this put him at risk for …


July 3rd, 2013

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June 23rd, 2013

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Crescendo Premiere Benefiting LifeHouse, Impresses Even Justin Biebers Mom

June 3rd, 2013

Houston, TX (PRWEB) June 02, 2013

Hollywood must have been calling because hundreds of Houstons finest were at The River Oaks Theatre May 22 for the screening of the independent film short, Crescendo, and an honest interview with the film producer Jason Jones that included audience participation via text.

That was a great event, different from the norm, compelling, said Kathryn Roark, event attendee.

The theatre was packed with patrons enjoying an open bar reception and light bites from La Griglia along with small talk with Mr. Jones and plenty of photo opportunities. Spotted in the crowd were Laura and William Wheless, Gregory and Pat Burk, Jessica and Fred Brazelton, Paula Douglas, Lynne Andress with daughter Tiffany Masterson, Carol Isaak Barden, Sharon Dryer, Wil and Jennifer Van Loh, Ryan and Devin McCord, Allison and Spencer Stasney, Estela and David Cockrell, Amanda Fox and James Bell, Laurence and Henry Bragg, Fay and Paul Lewis, Francesca and Jeff London, Elizabeth and Seth Russell, Andrea and Trent Tellepsen, Kate and Greg Robertson, Carrie and Mark Pillsbury and Kathryn and Adam Roark to name a few.

The spectacular film recounts the struggles of Maria Magdalena Beethoven, the mother of 19th century composer Ludwig van Beethoven. Equally as powerful was the interview and questions fielded by the audience for Jones by Abbi Antablin.

Every aspect of making this film came from my heart, said Jones.

Crescendos Executive Producer, Pattie Mallette, known to the world as super pop sensation Justin Biebers mother said, Im super excited to hear that LifeHouse screened Crescendo at their recent event. I love seeing how this film is inspiring people around the world and funding important programs who need support.

It was amazing to see so many Houstonians come together to celebrate life, said event co-chair Estela Cockrell. God has given us a unique gift to speak, share and love. That is exactly what Jason Jones did. I was touched by this incredible film and even more by what it signifies for the choice of life and for the ministry of LifeHouse.

LifeHouse is a Christian ministry that provides safe housing, prenatal care, counseling and support for young women experiencing an unplanned pregnancy. The organization operates two maternity homes in South Houston on adjacent properties. LifeHouse recently launched LifeLine, an outreach ministry located in Central Houston, for non-residential young women who are pregnant and/or parenting. LifeHouse is a not-for-profit charitable IRS 501(c)(3) status

Missed Crescendo? Dont miss LifeHouses 25th Anniversary Dinner featuring Governor Mike Huckabee, October 2. Contact Courtney Abernethy 713-623-2120 courtneyabernethy(at)gmail(dot)com for information about table sponsorships.


Announcing the Winners of the BEC Boost, Californias First-Ever Business Plan Competition

May 24th, 2013

Eugene, OR (PRWEB) May 23, 2013

In October of last year, the California Business & Entrepreneurship Center Programs kicked-off a partnership with the worlds leader in business planning and management software, Palo Alto Software, to host the BEC Boost, Californias first-ever business plan competition. There were three competing age tracks: 14 to 17 years old, 18 to 27 years old, and 28 years and older, and the winners were announced yesterday during a live webinar.

Each age track included three winners; a grand prize winner, receiving $ 5000 cash and in-kind prizes from various sponsors (LegalZoom, Grasshopper, Vocus, MasterPlans, LogoWorks, and Shopify) totaling $ 20,000, and a second and third place winner also receiving in-kind prizes to help them boost their startup businesses.

The partnership enabled 1,200 community college and high school students in California to receive access to LivePlan, Palo Alto Softwares business pitching, planning and tracking software. Over 600 students wrote business plans using LivePlan and submitted them for a chance to win. A total of 76 instructors and advisors from California community colleges, high schools and the Youth Entrepreneurship Program mentored their students on how to write a winning business plan.

It was very difficult to dwindle down the plans to our nine winners, stated Mike Roessler, California Statewide Director of the Business & Entrepreneur Center (BEC) Program, but we were pleased to have an expert panel of judges reviewing the final plans and sharing feedback about the plans strengths and opportunities for improvement. The other thing that made this competition such a success was the involvement and coaching many of these students received from their instructors and advisors, concluded Roessler.

Winners of the 14 to 17 year old age track:

Secure Alcohol Systems: Seventeen-year-old Ismael Kotob from Anaheim Hills, CA won the grand prize of $ 5,000 cash. Secure Alcohol Systems will increase business profits and lower consumer costs by providing a security system via a magnet lock installed on refrigerator doors of convenience stores and markets selling alcohol that checks for age on identification to verify legal drinking age.

iGot it Repairs: Seventeen-year-old Izack Romero from the Santa Ynez Valley, CA was the second place winner. iGot it Repairs is an iPhone and iPod repair company. They strive to build the best customer satisfaction in the iPhone repair industry.

The Workshop, Seventeen-year-old Luis Mendoza and his business partner Jose Sotelo Saler from Lompoc, CA were the third place winners. The Workshop is an art supply store that will also provide art lessons to the Lompoc area. They are targeting 10 to 30 year olds, and they will cater to the untapped artist community in Lompoc.

Winners of the 18 to 27 year old age track:

Chariot Mobility: Twenty-three-year-old Andrew Ekelem and his business partner Michelle Sangalang from Walnut, CA won the grand prize of $ 5,000 cash. Chariot Mobilitys focus is to make the best in-class customized manual wheelchair that uses advanced propulsion system and materials. They are creating the first manual wheelchair to be maneuvered solely from a lever system, which enables users with a smaller profile and allows for greater efficiency.

Garden Fresh: Twenty-seven-year-old Matt Penrice and his business partner Chris Coulter from Sacramento, CA were the second place winners. Garden Fresh is a provider of organic and locally owned produce that serves the Sacramento region. They offer the freshest, in season, locally grown and organic produce, directly to the consumers doorstep.

Noelle Notals: Twenty-three-year-old Brandie Slaton from Merced, CA was the third place winner. Noelle Notals is an online entrepreneurship training company, on a mission to inspire, empower, and unleash the inner entrepreneur by providing various e-learning tools and programs.

Winners of the 28 years and older age track:

Frejas Foods: Thirty-eight-year-old Freja Nelson from Oregon House, CA won the grand prize of $ 5,000 cash. Frejas Foods makes VegiMeat, a delicious alternative to meat. VegiMeat is soy-free, vegetarian and vegan. Made with simple ingredients, each 8 oz. package of VegiMeat has 52 grams of soy-free, cholesterol-free protein.

GiddyUp and Go Sleigh and Carriage Company: Fifty-one-year-old Sheri Spanial from Vinton, CA was the second place winner. GiddyUp and Go is a full-service horse drawn vehicle business. They provide sleigh rides, dinner sleigh rides, elegant wedding transportation, as well as specialty themed transportation, for family fun, celebrations or special events.

Shine Wellness, Inc: Forty-five-year-old Evette Tsang and her business partner Tian Wu from Sacramento, CA was the third place winner. Shine Wellness, Inc promotes self-wellness by introducing high-quality, time-honored TCM (Traditional Chinese Medicine) inspired natural Chinese herbal tea and foot care products and methods.

We have supported hundreds of business plan competitions over the years, but this is our first time being part of a statewide competition. Its great to know we are helping young entrepreneurs in California bring their passions to life, stated Sabrina Parsons, CEO of Palo Alto Software.

To learn more about the BEC Boost visit:

To submit a request to receive help with your business plan competition visit:

About Palo Alto Software:

Palo Alto Software, Inc., makers of the #1 selling business planning software in the world, develops and publishes tools, products, and content to help small and midsized businesses pitch, plan, manage, and grow their ventures. LivePlan, the companys flagship product, is a SaaS (software as a service) solution for business planning and financial management. Palo Alto Software has been the market leader in its category for over 15 years, has served well over 2 million entrepreneurs, and has customers in 180 countries. It was founded in 1988 by business planning expert Tim Berry. Sabrina Parsons has been the companys CEO since 2007. Parsons successfully expanded its service offering into the cloud with LivePlan. Palo Alto Software is a privately-owned corporation based in Eugene, Oregon. To learn more visit:

About The California Business & Entrepreneurship Center Programs:

The Business and Entrepreneurship Centers (BEC) Programs support the natural cycles of entrepreneurship and business development in California by bringing entrepreneurial training and education to existing business owners and future entrepreneurs. Through partnerships, collaborations and relationships with businesses, industry and the 112 California Community Colleges, the BEC heightens awareness of entrepreneurship as a proven career path. BEC is an initiative of Economic and Workforce Development through the California Community Colleges system. To learn more visit:

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