LANCASTER, PA, March 16, 2014 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Tiphany Adams is a girl who believes you should "Never, Ever Give Up!" And her life is a testament to that belief. Her story is featured in the debut online magazine published by United Disabilities Services, titled "Access to Independence."
The free, online magazine is focused on information, resources and articles of interest to those with disabilities, veterans and those aging in place. The online magazine is easy to read and presented in a highly visual, interactive digital format.
In her feature story, Tiphany shares her story of being in a tragic accident when she was 17 years old, which she now calls "her divine intervention." She was chosen to be on the reality TV show, "Push Girls," which chronicles the lives of four girls who are friends and are all in wheelchairs.
Tiphany is a beautiful girl; a model who travels the country for speaking engagements and conference appearances. She shares her message of hope and self-care and is adamant about people creating a "toolbox" of resources that will help them deal with stress and life's troubles.
In the article, Tiphany references her "toolbox" and shares the specific things that she relies on to make it through tough times.
"Access to Independence" is available online at https://estore.udservices.org/template/Flipbook/feb-2014/. In addition to the article featuring Tiphany Adams, the magazine covers a trending artist, Jonathan Whitlock, an article on preventing falls, favorite disability blogs, products for home modification projects and much more.
United Disabilities Services has years of experience in helping the disabled, veterans, and those aging in place to create individual design solutions for home modifications. UDS offers products for home modifications on its eStore at https://estore.udservices.org. The show room can be reached at 1-888-428-0240. The UDS eStore is a non-profit organization and every purchase helps to support individuals with disabilities.
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