Water heaters ensure that there is always hot water in the house. While there are different kinds of water heaters, ranging from instant heaters to water heaters with tanks. Choosing any kind of water heater that is suitable for your home, can ensure that you are delivered, hot water all the time especially with people who have disabilities. You can easily get a water heater to install one for you. Using water heaters in your home to ensure that you have hot baths can bring a lot of benefits especially for your health as one with a disability. Here are some of those benefits:
It improves the circulation of the blood. Bathing hot water helps improve blood circulation especially for people with disability. Warm water on the body impacts on the heart positively, by making it easier to pump blood and circulate to other parts of the body. When circulation of blood is improved, it is easier to try exercising the joints and body when the blood circulates properly. Improved blood circulation, prevents pains, and impeded joint movement. It also helps the body feel rejuvenated and alive, therefore also improves mood and mind.
Helps massage the muscles. The muscles are always under pressure daily; they are subjected to everyday activity, as such they need to be massaged and taken care of from time to time and hot water helps a lot in this regard. For people with disability, being free for movement might be difficult because of the constant need to exert pressure on one part of the body. Using hot water to bathe, helps stretch the muscles, to make it stronger and prevents sores and pains. Hot water for bathe stretches the muscles and makes it easy to flex them.
It helps alleviates the pain, bathing hot water also alleviates pain. Because it stretches the muscles, a lot of strain is removed from pressured muscles when you put them under hot water. The joints are also relieved of pain and pressure. One of the reasons being that your blood circulation has been significantly improved because of the warm water, the joints are more free, to move in their subjective manner. It can help sleeping better and can also help feel less tired.
It helps exercise the muscles. When the body and bones are relieved, it is easier to carry out different aquatic or simple body exercise that is suitable for disabled people. The hot water relieves the blood circulation and the whole body helping the disabled people feel relieved enough to do exercises easily, thereby helping the whole physical wellbeing.
It helps disabled people feel positive and mentally sound after bathing hot water. Using hot water helps the blood to move freely, thereby also causing the release of different hormones in the body for happiness. Having the right mental attitude is one of the key ways of living longer and preventing diseases.
Choose some of the best water heaters today, get a water heater man to install it and start enjoying all the benefits of hot water for disabled people; it would save you lots of cost on treatments and help your loved ones live longer.
Are you planning to gift your loved ones something special on their special day? And I bet you’ll have probably thought about buying them a iPad or a Mac book at first, considering it is the age of technology. But you’ve made a perfect decision by choosing a ping pong table with personalized artwork on its paddle. This is something that can stay with them forever, acting as a memorable gift and a great time killer at the same time Now you’ll be wondering about which type of artwork will suit a ping pong paddle, and that’s why we are here. Here you’ll be learning some awesome ideas for painting the ping pong paddle.
If you can doodle some curvy lines, the simplest way to customize a ping pong table paddle is by writing a special message to that special person with your name on it You can also make it a bit creative by making use of glittering pens and other different writing tools.
If you want to take it a bit further, you can add a memorable picture of you two together or from some special occasion so that it will be emotional, creative and fun at the same time You can get it done from any personalized artwork service provider you want or maybe use your DIY skills to do it
You can also try to make use of mainstream fancy things around you and buy a personalized ping pong paddle with his or her favorite action figures or their sayings written on it. Maybe a captain America shield designed on the paddle will work for a Marvel fan. Likewise, a Batman logo on a ping pong paddle will do wonders for a person who is into DCEU.
Another great idea for a ping pong paddle artwork is to use your painting skills and go all natural. You can create some dense trees, mountains, sunset or a beautiful landscape as well If you’re a doodle expert, you can get it done via the readymade service providers by just sending them the image you want on the paddle.
If nothing works out for you, abstract art always does. Now that you’ve run out of ideas, all you can do is get the ping pong paddle painted with some abstract art which doesn’t really mean anything but at the same time could mean a lot more than words can say. You can DIY this task as well as you just have to doodle haphazardly and apply the paint the way you please and maybe a geometric figure will come out of it
Which is the best place to buy a ping pong table?
If you’re about the idea that all ping pong tables are the same, you are very wrong here. Different ping pong table has their perks and downfalls depending upon their standard. If a ping pong table is of good quality, it will be more durable and you’ll be able to enjoy a fair gameplay as it will give you a good bounce, a faster paddle and most importantly should be a bang for the buck. You can waste your time on the internet to find a good ping pong table, simply go to http://www.bestpingpongtables.review/paddle/ and you’ll find yourself surrounded by the finest collection of ping pong tables especially selected for some special gifting occasions.
The kitchen is the heart of every house, and that’s why it needs to be efficient and very functional. But, this doesn’t mean it shouldn’t look great. There are several ways to do this, and one of them is with a high-quality range hood. Vent hoods that we probably all have today are lighting up the cooking surface, crank out the smoke from the indoor grills and vent odor.
The function of the range hoods is primary.
The primary function of the hood is to vent odors, smoke, and steam and to push all of it outside. That’s why the vents with external blowers are the safest and the best, especially for those who seriously enjoy cooking time There are hoods that are both stylish and hardworking. Those hoods combine brawn and beauty and they command attention in any of our kitchens.
Decorative coverings to the range hoods can be added just to hide the mechanics inside them. They can be fitted in many kitchen cabinets to blend with their style and to appear almost seamless. To get more attention, kitchen cooks pretty often create their own cooking area or kitchen alcove. An alcove is a closed area where the hood and the stove are set back. By putting the range hood in the alcove, it will look like a picture into a frame and I guarantee you that anyone who enters the alcove won’t miss that detail.
Before choosing which range hood to purchase, you need to know a few things. First of all, you need to know exactly what will be the purpose of the hood. Depending on what you will do and where you will put the hood, it can vent the air outside or it can filter it and circulate it inside. Re-circulating is less safe to use and of course less expensive.
If you love outdoor cooking or you have an outdoor kitchen or maybe you are cooking for a festival, don’t worry, there are also range hoods for outdoor and now I will tell you all you need to know about them.
Most of the outdoor range hoods are made of heavy stainless steel construction. It moves a really large amount of air, like 2000 or 3000 cubic meters per hour, which is really a lot. Most of them come with twin or triple heavy-duty German motors. There is an interlocking device included in the hood’s exhaust system, which complies with new regulations, and there are stainless steel microfiber filters that serve for maximum absorption of the fumes and fats. The filters are ultra though and you can clean them into a dishwasher or with a high-pressure hose There are also two 35 watt halogen lights right in front of the hood which gives you much better light spread. You will also see a switcher where you can set the range hood to work on high or low air extraction. The high of all units is 315mm plus flue, or it can be custom made depending on your needs.
So, if you are asking us which one is the best for home use, we do have a favorite and I will note it below:
I’m talking about Awoco model. Its split contemporary design will put 900CFM blower right under your roof, for a quiet operation. Or if you have more money to spend, consider purchasing Fotile JOG7501. Highly power, innovative and efficient with an amazing look under the cabinet.
Since 2003 Abilities Arts Festival – now Tangled Art + Disability - has employed hundreds of artists and welcomed audiences in the thousands to its annual festivals. Every year, our programming has grown in scope, scale and power and Tangled Arts Festival 2014 is no exception. With an outstanding programme featuring renowned performing artists and companies from Toronto, Montreal, Ottawa, New York and San Francisco, this is a festival you won’t want to miss!
|Performance||Date||Time||Venue||Ticket Price||Get Tickets|
|Kids Fest!||April 9||12:00 – 3:00 pm||Daniels Spectrum||$5 suggested donation fee per person||Pre-registration required. Contact Katie at:
|Kids Fest!||April 10||9:00 am – 12:00 pm||Daniels Spectrum||$5 suggested donation fee per person||Pre-registration required. Contact Katie at:
|Building a Worldwide Arts Movement Workshop||April 11||12:00 – 4:00 pm||AGO||Free||Pre-registration required. Contact Katie at:
|Krip-Hop Nation: Toronto||April 12||8:00 pm||Oakham House||$10 General Admission
|Third Eye Looming
Devised and directed by
Ed Roy with
|May 2||8:00 pm||Daniels Spectrum||$25 General Admission
|Third Eye Looming
Devised and directed by
Ed Roy with
|May 3||8:00 pm||Daniels Spectrum||$25 General Admission
A Peggy Shaw
Directed by Lois Weaver
|May 9||8:00 pm||Daniels Spectrum||$25 General Admission
|Green Screening Workshop with Split Britches||May 10||12:00 – 4:00 pm||Daniels Spectrum||Free||Pre-registration required. Contact Katie at:
A Peggy Shaw
Directed by Lois Weaver
|May 10||8:00 pm||Daniels Spectrum||$25 General Admission
A performance by
des pieds des mains
|May 23||8:00 pm||George Ignatieff Theatre||$25 General Admission
A journey into the heart of memory and madness…
A Multimedia Performance by Workman Arts, Directed and Devised by Ed Roy
A fusion of imagistic dance theatre and multimedia, Third Eye Looming takes it’s audiences into an episodic vortex of memory and madness. What brings us back from the brink of chaos? Therapy? Medication? Love? Third Eye Looming is one man’s journey through the onset of mental collapse, ecstatic vision, and holistic salvation. Third Eye Looming is all of our fears, dreams and hopes of losing and finding ourselves.
*Friday, May 2, 2014 at 8:00 pm Buy Tickets
*This performance will be followed by a reception and Silent Auction!
Saturday, May 3, 2014 at 8:00 pm Buy Tickets
Daniels Spectrum, Ada Slaight Hall (585 Dundas St. E.)
$25 General Admission/$20 Students/PWD
Ed Roy – Director/Devisor
Andy Moro – Projection Design
Lyon Smith – Sound Design
David Sweeney – Lighting Design / Technical Director
Denis Huneault-Joffre – Costumer Design
Susan Spagnuolo – Assistant Costume Design
Tracy Lynne Cann – Stage Manager
Joanne Smale – Publicist
Lisa Brown – Producer
Cast: Victoria Danyluk, Jake Chalmers, Kari Pederson, Jaene Castrillon, Sheri STRanger and Danica Brown
Workman Arts provides individuals who have mental illness opportunities to engage in creative activities that develop their artistic strengths in accepting and supportive atmospheres. Through participation in artistic and collaborative projects that encourage the exchange of ideas between artist and observer, and the shared collective experience of audiences engaging in performances or works of art, connections are made between Workman Arts Members and the public at large and the stigma associated with mental illness and addiction is eroded.
Visit www.workmanarts.com to learn more about their programming.
This presentation is made possible through the generosity and fundraising of students at St Clement’s School, Toronto.
2013-2014 SHARON WOLFE ARTIST RESIDENCY
Call for Applications:
The Sharon Wolfe Artist In Residence program is intended to allow a disability-identified artist to undertake a project that advances their own artistic goals and practice, and which has the potential to benefit the wider community of artists with disabilities.
For the last 10 ten years, AAF has been presenting and promoting the work of exceptionally talented artists across the entire spectrum of disciplines. The Sharon Wolfe Artist In Residence program allows us to take this mandate a step further. Few artists have the luxury of devoting themselves completely to their practice; the vast majority must subsidize their work by juggling one or more paid positions. While funding poses a significant challenge for all artists, people with disabilities encounter a host of additional accessibility obstacles.
Named in honour of the organization’s founding Artistic Director Sharon Wolfe, the SWA Residency is intended to offer the resident artist an opportunity to devote themselves to a specific program of work, while simultaneously contributing to a larger dialogue and sense of engagement with the wider community of disability artists in Toronto.
The SWA Residency will provide the artist with a $5000 stipend, as well as access to a small studio space at the prestigious 401 Richmond building for up to two months between October 2013 and June 2014.
The SWA Residency is intended to benefit artists who have completed basic education or training in their discipline and can demonstrate a history of professional practice and exposure.
The residency is open to Canadian citizens or landed immigrants. Artists need not be residents of Toronto, but must be prepared to spend at least one month of their residency in Toronto at their own expense. For artists outside of Toronto, Abilities Arts Festival would provide all possible assistance in locating appropriate, accessible accommodations in the city.
Applications must include:
A professional CV;
A 2-3 page (max) description of the intended project, indicating the connection to the artists work and potential benefit to the larger community;
A schedule and timeline for the project;
A budget indicating how the funds would be spent (ie. subsistence; materials; equipment; accommodation; presentation).
Applicants are encouraged to include support materials documenting their work.
Applications will be assessed on the basis of:
Relevance to the applicant’s professional advancement;
The viability of the proposed program and budget; and
Overall value to the field of disability arts and community at large.
Applications will be accepted between July 30 and August 30, 2013.
Completed applications can be sent by mail to:
Sharon Wolfe Artist in Residence
Abilities Arts Festival
Suite S-30, 401 Richmond Street West
Toronto M5V 3A8
Or by email to: email@example.com
Subject Heading: Application – Sharon Wolfe Artist in Residence
Photo credit: Runners Wheels by Steve Kean, from AAF’s Toronto: Street Level Exhibit
Tangled Kids Fest!
Teachers! Parents! Caregivers!
It’s that time of year again…
The 2014 Kids Fest! features fabulous entertainment and opportunities for participants to engage with our inspiring performers. Elizabeth Morris returns with an extended pop-signing routine. Specializing in integrated dance, and a leader in Canada for their innovative creations and inclusive practices, Ottawa’s Propeller Dance will make their first trip to Toronto to perform at Kids Fest. And renowned break-dancer Luca “Lazylegz” Patuelli will perform with Unity as well as leading a one-of-a-kind workshop for your most enthusiastic students!
*Wednesday, April 9, 2014 – 12:00 – 3:00 pm
*Thursday, April 10, 2014 – 9:00 am – 12:00 pm
*Same programming on both dates
Daniels Spectrum – Ada Slaight Hall
585 Dundas St. East
1. Download our Registration Form.
2. Fill it in.
3. Email it to firstname.lastname@example.org
After some detailed feedback (thank you for your feedback!) regarding last year’s Kids Fest!, we have made a couple of changes to our programming:
WORKSHOP: This year, for the first time, we will be offering an exclusive dance workshop with Lazylegz for 20 students. The workshop will take place at Daniels Spectrum on April 9, 2014 at 10:00 am. The students in the workshop will also join Lazylegz to perform at the end of his set that afternoon, so be sure to register your class for the April 9th show if you are registering a student for the workshop. If you have a student that you believe would benefit from this opportunity and enjoy performing with Lazylegz, please indicate so on the registration form. Space is limited so we ask that each teacher choose one or two students from the class who would particularly enjoy the experience. As always, registration is first come, first served. If you have any questions about the workshop, please feel free to get in touch.
FOOD: Due to dietary restrictions and allergies, we will no longer be serving lunch. Please ensure that your students have eaten their lunch before the performance. We will be providing snacks.
REGISTRATION: Registration will be from 12:00-12:30 (9:00-9:30 on Thursday) and the performances will begin promptly at 12:30pm. Please make sure that you can arrive in time to register your class and find seats before the performance. Late arrivals have delayed the performances before so please be prompt to keep other classes from having to wait.
FEES: Each year, we ask for a minimum donation of $5 per child to help offset the cost of venue rentals, snacks and performers fees. We will no longer be collecting fees at the door. Please send cash/cheques to our mailing address.
ARTS & CRAFTS: Once your class is registered, we will send you a small package with a craft that you can complete with your class before the Festival. This will involve every student creating his or her own “tangle”. Like snowflakes, tangles are unique – no two tangles are ever the same! We are celebrating this uniqueness with a big art project. Each class will have a chance to contribute their own tangles to the project.
We look forward to seeing you this April!
Spring is bursting with artistic energy!
An update on AAF happenings…
There is lots of great art news to report. Get out your agendas and save these dates in April, May and June.
CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS | FULL SPECTRUM 2012 LAUNCH | HOT DOCS | OTHER EVENTS
1) Call for submissions of New Media Works for Festival 2012 – deadline June 1.
2) Friday, May 11: Performance and Networking to Launch FULL SPECTRUM professional development series
3) FULL SPECTRUM Workshop Schedule: Attend workshops on May 26, June 2, 9 and 18
4) JOIN US at HotDocs and other Spring Disability Arts Events!
Call for Media Submissions:
AAF is inviting submissions of media works for: Portraits of the Artist: Media by / about artists with disabilities
Completed after 2010
Any length, genre
Submission format: dvd
Foreign language (not French or English) must be subtitled, captioned or include English transcript
Must include: one line and one paragraph descriptions, key credits and brief bios of the writer and director
Deadline: June 1
Send to: AAF, 401 Richmond St W, Suite S-21, Toronto, ON M5V 3A8
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FULL SPECTRUM 2012 Launch, presented by TD Group:
Friday, May 11 from 6:30 to 9:00 at 401 Richmond St W.
Meet visiting artist Jan Derbyshire, director of Abilities Festival 2012 Extravaganza: The Queen Car-Tography. Re-connect with friends and colleagues across the arts community. Find out about 2012 Full Spectrum’s series of one-on-one and small group professional development series AND get priority registering for limited positions in this series.
RSVP at email@example.com.
Workshop Schedule: Attend workshops on May 26, June 2, 9 and 18…
Saturday, May 26, 11 am – 1 pm: The Artist in Words
Pre-registration required. Limited places. First come, first served. One-on-one sessions providing feedback and editing advice on one of those precious documents that describe your work to funders, sponsors, curators, programmers and audiences. Get an outside eye on your cv, project description, artist’s statement.
Saturday, June 2, 11 am – 1 pm: Photography Portfolio Review
Pre-registration required. Limited places. First come, first served. One-on-one sessions. Photographers get invaluable feedback on their work: critiques of individual works as well as general guidance on portfolio presentation.
Saturday, June 9, 11 am – 1 pm: Communication and Promotion Strategies
Communication with colleagues, mentors, programmers, publishers, media and your intended audiences can be particularly challenging for independent artists. With all that creative energy and what little funds you have going to your work, there may not always be a lot left over for getting the word out to the world about it. Come and hear three case studies from artists and small organizations with tips.
Monday, June 18, 6 – 8 pm: Full Spectrum Finale – A “Date” with the Arts Councils
This is your opportunity to get better acquainted with the Community Arts Programmes of the Ontario Arts Council and the Toronto Arts Council. Brief presentations by Loree Lawrence of the OAC and Andrew Suri of the TAC, followed by individual “speed dating” meetings to address your particular issue or question. Pre-register for your “speed date.”
TO REGISTER FOR ANY OR ALL OF THESE SESSIONS: EMAIL firstname.lastname@example.org or CALL 1-888-844-9991
Tell us the workshop you’d like to attend and your name, phone number and/or email address.
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Join us for Abilities Arts Festival’s co-presentations at HOT DOCS…
THE PUNK SYNDROME: Sat April 28 @9:30pm and Mon April 30 @1:15pm (Cumberland), Fri May 4 @1:30pm (ROM)
THE FROG PRINCES: Sun April 29 @7:30pm, Tue May 1 @4:45pm, Sat May 5 @9:45pm (Tiff Bell Lightbox)
More info at: www.hotdocs.ca
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Other Spring Disability Arts Events
Visual Art Show: Wheelchair Serenade by Elaine Stewart.
Dates: May 1 to May 31, 2012
Location: Northern District Library, 40 Orchard View Blvd, Toronto, ON
More information: Follow this link
Access the Arts: Redefining Arts Accessibility
A see-it, feel-it, hear-it arts experience
Curator: Alisha Linseman; Coordinator: Darren Cooper
Dates: May 30 to June 17, 2012
Location: Milton Centre for the Arts, Holcim Gallery, 1010 Main St, Milton, ON
As part of National Access Awareness Week, the exhibition will feature artwork addressing the topic of accessibility by showcasing pieces that provide multi-sensory art experiences. The aim is to provide an interactive and engaging exhibition for an audience with diverse abilities.
More information: Follow this link
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Know any other relevant upcoming events?
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