For children with physical disabilities and their families each day may bring new challenges. Persons with physical disabilities may experience functional, visual, orthopedic, motor, or hearing impairments, which may impact upon their ability to walk, play and learn. Physical disabilities are also often defined and categorized by some degree of limitation in the use of upper or lower extremities and maintaining posture and positioning. is committed to providing our visitors and subscribers with access to accurate and timely information on a broad range of topics relative to children with physical disabilities. If you have any special requests or would like to see a specific topic covered in this informational section, please e-mail us at

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