Internet Business – A Window Of Hope For The Disabled

A few days ago I was talking with a friend – who is an educator differential and works with disabled people – about a topic that fascinates me: the possibilities the Internet offers for education and pursue specific vision that God has given to every human. Everyone has unique talents and abilities with which God created us to fulfill a specific task on earth. However, these talents should be developed and implemented properly so that we can achieve our full potential. While traditional education tries to fill this basic need of every human being, the Internet has opened new horizons and new possibilities. Times have changed. Today, anyone with a computer with Internet connection has the world literally at your fingertips … without moving one foot in the house.

When explaining this to the friend, she exclaimed: “This is the ideal solution for a disabled person!” After telling me about her own problematic life of a disabled person, I understand the tremendous potential of the Internet for the disabled, who also have dreams in their hearts and desire to contribute to society. Only in Chile, more than two million people with disabilities and only one third of them work. Despite the many efforts of integration are disabled, many of them can not get to realize their dreams. A large number of them have graduated from college, but have problems of mobilization. Also, unfortunately there is some discrimination and have difficulty finding a job. Today, however, opens a window of hope for the disabled across the world: the power of the Internet. A very good example is the mentor of my husband.

He is a paraplegic millionaire who teaches his students around the world invest in U.S. stock market. All you need to do this is a computer with internet connection! No need for offices, mobilization, not even a secretary! Those that generate income through Internet and need additional help, have virtual assistants who live elsewhere in the world. All this is possible by being connected to the Internet! When my friend and I realized this tremendous window of hope that is the internet for the disabled, we were excited. First, the Internet can deliver leading-edge education and, secondly, offers innovative options for generating resources without ever leaving home.

The Corporate Environment Makes a Difference

It is possible to increase the productivity of a company by making the corporate environment as pleasing and user-friendly as possible. It is important to concentrate on making the office space as functional, comfortable and professional as possible so that the company projects a professional look while allowing the people in the office as much comfort and convenience as possible.

Comfort is essential. Hire an expert on ergonomics to work with each of your employees individually to custom design the right environment for each person. Adjust height of chairs, distance to computer screens, add footrests, adjust lighting and noise level, so that each and every one of your employees can work un-hampered by discomfort. Remember to encourage employees to get up and walk around every hour for ten minutes to avoid repetitive movement disorders and back and eye strain.

Think about the best layout in your space with the number of employees in that space. Communally used equipment, like printers and scanners, should be located centrally, with easy access to everyone that uses that equipment. Position the desks, chairs, shelves, and tables so that they are easy to walk around. Try to maintain as much open space as possible while placing work teams or co-workers from the same departments together for easy communication and convenience.

Other things to think about are noise levels and using mobile furniture to more easily redesign and allow the company to grow more easily. Carpets, paneling and ceiling tiles can reduce noise levels greatly. Segregating employees that talk a lot on the phone or other noisier equipment or personnel can go a long way to reducing the noise level around the quieter employees, and help to improve productivity.

Medical Care Situation in Germany

The KV RLP and the University of Trier, presented their joint supply Atlas. Atlas of care based on a specially developed data management tool that were merged in the data of the CT RLP and the statistical Landesamt Rheinland-Pfalz with results from surveys of medical students and the public. For a comprehensive tool for detailed analysis of outpatient medical care situation in Rhineland-Palatinate was established, taking account of demographic change.

“It is clear that from 2019 the freezing problem will increase significantly in the rural areas in Rheinland-Pfalz, if we do not take countermeasures,” concluded Dr. Michael Smith, Executive Board Member responsible for the KV RLP. To solve this problem, called the CA RLP change, there has been an increase in legal framework and encouragement for the creation of regional networks in the affected communities.

Health Minister Malu Dreyer welcomed the supply of Atlas as a useful tool for provision of medical care. “With the supply of Atlas, another component of the Rhineland-Palatinate master plan to strengthen primary care is being implemented, the country has initiated the cooperation with partners such as the physicians’ association in 2007,” said the Minister.

Major activities of this master plan are for example the establishment of practical and Famulaturbörsen, an early warning system, the development of teaching practices for the practical year and the creation of training networks. The reconciliation of family and career is an important issue.

The Minister also pointed out that the federal legislature on January 1st 2007 which came into force have created a law amending the opportunity for the establishment of branch surgeries and to recruit physicians. About 550 appointments of doctors and over 220 Zweipraxisgründungen alone in Rhineland-Palatinate occupied success.