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RI presentation 2013

  1. 1. Who is Rolling Inspiration for?• People, companies or organisations who meet meet know know treat treat socialise socialise teach teach employ employ OR communicate with communicate with /and have any interface with people in wheelchairs, or walking with crutches or artificial limbs - they have just as much interest in the focused content of Rolling Inspiration as those who are themselves impaired.
  2. 2. Who do we talk to?• The mobility impaired• Companies supplying this sector• Families and friends of the mobility impaired• Occupational Nurses in Factories• Care Workers• Training Institutions for Occupational Therapists and Physiotherapists• Employers• Human Resources
  3. 3. Our commitment Rolling Inspiration is committed to: • improving the lives of people living with, or affected by disability and • providing sources of information, advice and guidance from a strong, credible editorial board - who all offer different angles on an enlightened & abled lifestyle.
  4. 4. Editorial Columnists• Joan Seirlis - Environments• Donald Maasdorp - Doctor’s Corner• Caroline Rule - Road Test• Ari Seirlis - QASA News• Alison Leishman - Product Review• Gilian Beeton - Self-Esteem• Heinrich Grimsel - Amputee’s Corner• Ed Baalbergen – Doctor’s Corner
  5. 5. Editorial Columnists • Willem Stiglingh - Sexuality • Mandy Latimore - Travel Tips • Raven Benny - Up Front • Emma McKinney – Rolling Kids • Karen Smit - In the workplace • Chaeli Mycroft - Youth Corner • Khayakhazi Mbefe - Rural Living • Peter Strasheim - Legal Matters
  6. 6. A brand – not just a magazine
  7. 7. Circulation6 issues per year (bi-monthly)5100 copies of Rolling Inspiration are circulated to:• Qasa • Old Age Homes• Multiple sclerosis • Social Workers• Mopasa • NASA• Bags of Hope • Dissa (Disability Hospitals (Public and Sports South Africa) Private) • CPA (Cerebral Palsy• Schools Alliance)• SASCA (Southern • CE Mobility African Spinal Cord • APD (Association for Association) the Physically• Rehab Centres Disabled)
  8. 8. Published by Word For Word Media• Karen Joseph Publisher & Ad Sales• Anelle Hamilton Copy Editor & Journalist• Sandra de Oliveira Layout, Design & Ad Co-ordination• Mumsy Kngoepe Subscriptions & Admin• Robyn Bishop Business & Marketing Manager

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