11.01 Category of Impairments, Neurological Disorders 11.02 Epilepsy 11.03 [Reserved] 11.04 Vascular insult to the brain 11.05 Benign brain tumors 11.06 Parkinsonian syndrome 11.07 Cerebral palsy 11.08 Spinal cord disorders 11.09 Multiple sclerosis 11.10 Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) 11.11 Post-polio syndrome 11.12 Myasthenia gravis 11.13 Muscular dystrophy 11.14 Peripheral neuropathy 11.15 [Reserved] 11.16 [Reserved] 11.17 Neurodegenerative disorders of the central nervous system, such as Huntington’s disease, Friedreich’s ataxia, and spinocerebellar degeneration 11.18 Traumatic brain injury 11.19 [Reserved] 11.20 Coma or persistent vegetative state 11.21 [Reserved] 11.22 Motor neuron disorders other than ALS We evaluate epilepsy, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, coma or persistent vegetative state (PVS), and neurological disorders that cause disorganization of motor function, bulbar and neuromuscular dysfunction, communication impairment, or a combination of limitations in physical and mental functioning such as early-onset Alzheimer’s disease.We evaluate neurological disorders that may manifest in a combination of limitations in physical and mental functioning.
To help you get a handle on the wealth of COPD information on the Web, we’ve compiled some of the best blogs and websites.
What it's called: American College of Physicians COPD Portal Who it's for: People seeking resources for all stages of COPD Why we like it: The site offers straightforward information on COPD diagnosis and prevention, disease management, and dealing with complications.
It's a trustworthy source that offers COPD information that's thorough, easy to read, and simple to navigate.
What it's called: COPD International Who it's for: People who want to learn more about the disease and connect with others who have COPDWhy we like it: The website, created by COPD International, was started in 2002 by a group of COPD patients.
But dating can be a challenge when you suffer from depression.
“Sometimes if you don’t feel like smiling but are in a situation where you’re expected to be happy, that can make you feel even worse,” says Helen Friedman, Ph D, a clinical psychologist in private practice in St. That said, meeting a new person can also be a source of joy.
What it's called: American Lung Association Who it's for: Anyone looking for general information on COPDWhy we like it: OK, we know you've heard of it.
But the American Lung Association is about more than just fighting lung cancer.
About 18 million Americans suffer from depression and another 20 million worldwide use dating websites each month, according to Online Dating Magazine.