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ЧЕЛОВЕК, передвигающийся на коляске ЧЕЛОВЕК без ограничений в здоровье ЧЕЛОВЕК не слышащий ЧЕЛОВЕК незрячий или слабовидящий
WHEELCHAIR MAN HEALTHY MAN DEAF MAN BLIND MAN
A disabled person is a person who has a health disorder with a persistent disorder of body functions due to illness, the effects of injuries or defects, leading to restriction of livelihoods, and causing the need for its social protection.
Only in 1915 it became a term to describe the disabled, when it was used to describe crippled children.
William Saroyan (31 August 1908 - 18 May 1981) was an Armenian-American dramatist and author. Saroyan published essays and memoirs, in which he depicted the people he had met travelling in the Soviet Union and Europe, such as the playwright George Bernard Shaw, the Finnish composer Jean Sibelious, and Charlie Chaplin. In 1952, Saroyan published The Bicycle Rider in Beverly Hills, the first of several volumes of memoirs.
A legendary pilot Alexei Maresyev - the hero of the Great Patriotic War. His plane was shot down and wounded airman 18 days (in winter!) crawled to people. His frostbitten feet were amputated, but he was not discouraged and soon was able to not only walk but to dance and even fly with prosthesis. A book was written by Boris Polevoi “The Story of a Real Man” and a film was staged.
Do you know that… Dr. Ludwig Guttmann of Stoke Mandeville Hospital organized a sports competition for British World War Two veteran patients with spinal cord injuries on the opening day of Summer Olympics in London in 1948. The games were held again at the same location in 1952 and Dutch veterans took part alongside the British, making it the first international competition. The first official Paralympic Games were held in Rome in 1960
Sportswoman from Syktyvkar - Maria Iovleva, won in Vancouver 3 medals. Maria V. is a member of Biathlon team.
Four-time champion of the Winter Paralympic Games in 2010 in Vancouver. Gold -1 place (biathlon, 2,4 km ind. Persecution) Gold -1 place (ski race, 15 km.) Gold -1 place (biathlon, 12.5 km.) Gold -1 place (ski race, 10 km .) Silver -2 position (ski race, 1 km.
Believe in yourself and you win! - with these words Valentine Dikul a doctor, Academician of Medical Sciences begins his work with every seriously ill patient. Dikul not only survived, but got to his feet, invented and tested his own method of rehabilitation, and later opened a clinic. Over the years Dikul’s clinic re-learned to walk more than 11 thousand people, wheelchair-bound. This famous doctor was formerly a circus artist: raised a car, wore alive horse on stage. But once during the performance he fell down from a height and injured his spine. It was thought that he could live only a month.
Эйнштейн Белл Эдисон Рузвельт Франклин Дж. Вашингтон Гойя Хелен Келлер Бетани Гамильтон
"The images in my mind's eye became clearer as my sight diminished. Now, by hearing or experiencing something, I can picture it in my head and paint it." Lisa Fittipaldi Viewers are captivated by Lisa Fittipaldi’s lively, colorful canvases. She cannot see color or distance, dimension or print. A blind painter? Until they see her work for themselves, people think it’s impossible. Clearly Lisa Fittipaldi is doing something quite extraordinary, seemingly beyond the normal range of human capability. It appears that she is the world’s only profoundly blind realist painter. Since 1997, her complex scenes of diverse cultures and everyday life have been exhibited in museums and galleries around the world.
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