We may not be able to commemorate them this year but let us at least make a list of what June is for the special needs and disabled community!
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For this article, we will tackle the three awareness placed for this month of June. We are going to talk about three disabilities or health issues causing disabilities three at a time.
Antiphospholipid Antibody Syndrome (APS)
- It is characterized as an immune system issue in which the body perceives certain ordinary segments of blood as well as cell films as remote substances and produces antibodies against them.
For parents and family members with children with special needs, an Audio Book is probably a great aid in their progress, academics and even their happiness as well as interests. Many parents and children rely on the aid of an Audiobook which is why special needs parent/s are highly recommending the trial and usage of Audiobook as an academic and positive interest aid.
Chronic Venous Insufficiency
This is commonly related to varicose veins, however, Chronic Venous Insufficiency is an issue with the progression of blood from the veins of the legs back to the heart. It’s likewise called chronic venous insufficiency or chronic venous stasis. Veins have valves that keep the blood moving one way—close to the heart. In venous inadequacy, the valves in the veins of the leg don’t work right.
These are just the first few health issues that lead to a person having a disability, also to remember that this month is Audiobook Month. Many parents are depending on the aid of an Audiobook as it is both entertaining and helps in their child’s progress. Some people are facing these health issues and let’s take a small time to commemorate.