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Live Better

Reeve Foundation webcasts.

Live Better Series

Reeve Foundation: Live Better is improving the physical and mental health and wellness of individuals living with paralysis, their family, their friends, and their caregivers.

       
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Reeve Foundation: Live Better Podcasts

Reeve Foundation: Live Better is improving the physical and mental health and wellness of individuals living with paralysis, their family, their friends, and their caregivers.

Duration: approx. 60 minutes

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Our Hosts

  Dan Gottlieb

Dan Gottlieb aka "Dr. Dan" has been a practicing psychologist and family therapist since 1969. He has been living with SCI since 1979. Since 1985, he has been hosting "Voices in the Family," an award-winning mental health call-in radio show aired on Philadelphia's public radio station. He has published a total of four books. His most recent, "The Wisdom of Sam: Observations on Life from an Uncommon Child,". In it, Dan tells of some of the remarkable insights shared by his grandson Sam who is on the autism spectrum. Visit Dr. Dan's Healing the Mind and Heart section of the community paralysis community.

       
  Candace Cable

Candace Cable believes that there were 4 elements that came together in 1975 that gave her, community, purpose, wellness and joy after her spinal cord injury at the age of 21 when she was ready to go of life. They were family, counseling, disabled students service’s office at Long Beach State University and adaptive sports. Candace pioneered the sport and equipment of wheelchair racing in the 70's and 80's. She went on to compete in 9 Paralympic Games in 3 sports winning 12 medals as well as compete in the Summer Olympic Games wheelchair racing exhibition on the track in 1984, 1988 and 1992 winning 2 medals. Follow Candace on Facebook.

       
  Gary Karp

Gary Karp is an author and speaker whose goal is to enlighten society to the radical changes that have taken place in what he calls "Modern Disability." A wheelchair user following a spinal cord injury he incurred in 1973 at the age of 18, Gary has produced four books, written extensively as a disability journalist, and speaks to a wide array of audiences, including, business, government, and associations, where he is remembered for his passion, clarity, and humor as well as his dazzling juggling skills! Learn more about Gary at moderndisability.com.