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Disability, obesity often go hand in hand in Missouri

Many disabilities that people in Columbia live with severely restricts their movement. For example, a back or neck injury may limit your ability to walk. Lack of mobility affects the ability of many disabled people to maintain their weight, with increased obesity a possible consequence, according to a new study in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine.

SSI can help support Columbia parents of children with autism

Being the parent of a chlid with an autism spectrum disorder can be very rewarding, but it can also be expensive. Children with autism may require special educational tools, medical care and technolgies to help them with social interaction and communication. Unless families have sufficient income, these expenses may seem overwhelming.

Missouri man adapts video game controllers for disabled gamers

Video games are among the most popular forms of entertainment in Missouri. Children and adults may spend hours playing the latest games on their XBox, PlayStation or other device, either playing against the computer or other gamers online. Sadly, many people's physical disabilities limit their ability to play, which can make them feel left out of the fun.

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