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Wheelchair self defense

  1. 1. EasyStand BlogStanding Up for Your HealthAbout this Blog Best Of Contributors Standing Frames Why Stand? Capable KidsPodcast #76 – Self-Defense & Online The Flash Player and a browser with Javascript support are needed..Predators by T I F F I N Yon A C A R LS ST O N , U G U 3 2 0 1 1In episode #76 of No Free Rides, I am joined by Erik Kondo, a paraplegic and self-defense and online safety expert. We discuss how to stay safe in the physical world, aswell as how to protect yourself online, namely from wheelchair fetishists. 0Erik has been a paraplegic for over 25 years, making him more than qualified to Likedispense advice on this sensitive subject. He is the founder of Not-Me.org, a non-profitdedicated to teaching the five D’s of self-defense – Decide, Deter, Disrupt, Disengageand Debrief. Erik is a fountain of information and his advice is a must for anyone new tobeing disabled! We also discuss how to spot wheelchair predators online, as well as those pretending to be a wheelchair-user (“pretenders”), which is another tactic that is used to pry personal information from unaware individuals. Check out Erik’s self-defense site, Not-Me.org, for more information on staying safe no matter the situation. EasyStand EasyStand There’s a related blog post that you might be interested in on YouTube on facebook reading “Ability To Protect: Self Defense for Wheelchair Users” written by Mike Duenas, ATP. EasyStand Subscribe on twitter via RSSUse the player below to hear the show (52 minute run time). No Free Rides is EasyStand EasyStandsponsored by EasyStand. on Flickr EasyStand homepage Audio clip: Adobe Flash Player (version 9 or above) is required to play this audio clip. Sign Up for our email newsletter Download the latest version here. You also need to have JavaScript enabled in your browser. THE EASYSTAND BLOG CATEGORIES Our goal is simple - to empower Altimate Medical Happenings (57) people with disabilities to stand upYou might also like: Benefits of Standing (61) for their health. Connect, share, and learn from other people with Capable Kids Clubhouse (130) disabilities, special needs parents, Kids Activities (30) clinical professionals, and the experts in standing. Kids Like Me! (22) Pediatric Therapy (62) Special Needs Parenting (46) Ability To Protect: No Free Rides Podcast #74 – Podcast #75 – SUBSCRIBE Complex Rehab Suppliers (55) Self Defense For episode #72: Pregnant On Drew Bates Voice- Wheelchair Users Coping and dating Wheels Over Actor & Subscribe to the blog via email: Disability (165) with quad ... Storyteller ... ALS/Lou Gehrigs Disease (2) LinkWithin Enter your email address... GO Cerebral Palsy (19) Multiple Sclerosis (7) ShareThis SEARCH Muscular Dystrophy (6) Spina Bifida (5)Tagged as: 5 Ds of Self Defense, adapted yoga, body language, disability gadgets, disability To search, type and hit enter Spinal Cord Injury / SCI (74)podcast, disability predators, Erik Kondo, Facebook, Life in a Wheelchair, martial arts, new spinalcord injury, No Free Rides, online safety, paraplegic, Tiffiny Carlson, wheelchair self defense Traumatic Brain Injury/TBI (3) EasyStand Blog (67) ARCHIVES EasyStand standers (55) Select Month People who Stand (30) Leave a Comment Funding (41) Healthy Living (59) RECENT COMMENTS Name * Life in a Wheelchair (97) Jackie on Junk Food Queen Poll (2) Becomes Health Nut E-mail * PT/OT Clinicians (79) Bryanne Freitag on Children’s Books About Kids With Disabilities Videos & Podcasts (47) converted by Web2PDFConvert.com
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