How We Play
By Curtis Craven
Texas Parks & Wildlife
Though most of the people in this short documentary are in wheelchairs, and one is blind, they are anything but handicapped. Playing tennis, snorkeling, whitewater canoeing, practicing karate, they are living proof that a disability can be a challenge, not an obstacle.
Purchase $99 VHS
Order No. QA-092
ISBN (VHS) 1-57295-092-7
Awards & Conference Screenings
TASH Media Awards
Council for Exceptional Children Video Festival
Kiss My Wheels: Through an exhilarating season of training and competition, the members of a junior wheelchair basketball team deal with difficult issues, from gender conflicts to injury, illness, and thoughts of death.
Challenge: Introduces us to people with a variety of physical and developmental disabilities who participate in a outdoor sports including rock climbing, tennis, golf, and skiing.
Not on the Sidelines: Profiles four ordinary people whose lives were suddenly changed by injury or illness when they were teens or young adults. Challenging their disabilities, they have created new, active, and rewarding lives.
Wired for Life: Functional Electrical Stimulation technology (FES) seeks to use technology to enable people with spinal cord injuries to stand, transfer and, under some conditions, even to walk.