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As many of you who follow Disability Depot already know, my wife suffers from ME/CFS. In relation to this debilitating disease, she suffers from Orthostatic Intolerance, as well. Orthostatic Intolerence, or OI, is the inability to remain upright without suffering a number of symptoms which range in severity from nausea to passing out. As a … Continue reading Get Up, Stand Up: New Study Financed For OI Sufferers.
Bateman Horne Center fills an important role in the ME/CFS and FM world, focused on bringing ME/CFS and FM to the mainstream. Patients need access to qualified and empathetic care. Meeting the tremendous unmet need that exists in the patient community, shortening the road to diagnosis, and improving care is our passion. BHC is working … Continue reading The Bateman Horne Center Could Use Your Help
As a spouse and care giver of a disabled person, life can get hard some times. Life is by no means as hard as it is to be disabled, but it can be hard none the less. There are days that are every bit what you dreamed life with your partner would be like, and … Continue reading So, Your Partner is Disabled
My name is Tin Foil Hat Man, and I am pleased to be a contributing editor for The Disability Depot. You may recognize me from my own Word Press blog, Beneath The Tinfoil Hat, in which I ruminate about politics, television, as well as just about anything else that finds it's way from underneath my … Continue reading Hello, Hello