Emotional impact of SCI on sexuality

  The loss of sensation that often comes with a spinal cord injury (SCI) can lead to less enjoyable sex, fortunately, building an emotional connection can be the remedy Most of sexual rehabilitation often become despondent when this is the following an SCI focuses on physical changes and alternatives, especially for...

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A new normal

As South Africa starts to emerge from lockdown, the sporting world returns to a new normal. But what will this entail? Leon Fleiser reflects My last column was at the start of this horrible pandemic. The Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games made history by being postponed for a year....

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Equality at its core

At the centre of the Black Lives Matter movement is a call for equality, for people of all races to be treated with dignity and respect Saying that black lives matter is not saying that only black lives matter. It is critical to understand this. Black Lives Matter is an...

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COVID Light – What now?

Many people are asymptomatic or only experience light symptoms when infected by COVID-19. George Louw investigates how to deal with all things COVID-light At the time of writing this article, we find ourselves in a season of runaway COVID-19 infections. In real terms, the numbers are frightening and threaten to...

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Travel during lockdown level 2

As lockdown rules are eased, Mandy Latimore encourages South Africans to support their national parks by booking a holiday With the latest announcement that leisure and interprovincial travel will be allowed, I decided to do a quick survey of Rolling Inspiration readers to see if anyone is currently or plans...

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Making fishers of men

With a little determination and creativity, a dream to fish was realised and a life-long friendship was formed Durban, 2000. “There is a wit ou in a wheelchair waiting to see you outside. He doesn’t want to come in. He’s in a hurry.” These were the words from my lab...

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Forms to support learners with disabilities

Continuing her series, Emma McKinney discusses the forms that teachers need to complete to access support for learners In this section of the series, we focus on providing teachers with an understanding of the second stage of the screening, identification, assessment and support (SIAS) policy. This stage includes assessments and...

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Become an ideal candidate

Continuing his series on how persons or entrepreneurs with disabilities can benefit from BBBEE, Rustim Ariefdien looks at how individuals can prepare for the workforce Businesses can earn two points if the two percent employment target for black employees with disabilities are met – a target set out in the...

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Need for touch

With the isolation brought on by the national lockdown, people lack human contact. Joy Duffield explains how the beauty industry can help The beauty industry often gets classified as a luxury. This is not all true. There are various important roles hairdressers, beauty therapists, and massage therapists play in society...

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