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The Disabled Woman's Guide to Pregnancy and Birth

Written by Judith Rogers, OTR
Published by Demos Medical Publishing

MSAA Book #282

Based on the experiences of 90 women with disabilities who chose to have children, this book is a practical guide for disabled women planning for pregnancy. Health professionals may also find this book to be useful. Topics cover: parenting; emotional concerns; nutrition and exercise; pregnancy, labor, and delivery; postpartum period; and breastfeeding.



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Women, Work, and Autoimmune Disease: Keep Working, Girlfriend!

Written by Rosalind Joffe, MEd and Joan Friedlander
Published by Demos Medical Publishing

MSAA Book # 298

Filled with tips, tricks, and first-person accounts from women who have made similar choices in their own lives, this book encourages women with chronic illness to stay employed to preserve their independence and sense of self. Topics include: reasons to keep working; challenges within the workplace; diagnosis, disease course, and career development; building a support team; and hope and resilience.



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Write It Down, Make It Happen

Written by Henriette Anne Klauser, PhD
Published by Fireside

MSAA Book # 132

According to the author, simply writing down one's own goals in life is a first step toward achieving them. Dr. Klauser gives "down-to-earth" tips and easy exercises to help readers get their "creative juices flowing." The 20 chapters include such topics as knowing what you want and setting goals, focusing on the outcome, and taking the initiative.


MSAA Lending Library

If you would like to borrow any of the books featured in this column or any other book in MSAA's Lending Library, please send us your name and address. We will send you an application and a list of books for the Lending Library. MSAA and its clients greatly appreciate any donations made to help build the Lending Library. If you would like to donate a book to the Lending Library you need only send it to us at the address below. Please address all correspondence to:

MSAA Lending Library
706 Haddonfield Road
Cherry Hill, NJ 08002
(Please reference book number)

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