Strong Positive Response to Inaugural Edition of “Living with a Disability” Magazine Leads to New Distributors

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The publishers of Living with a Disability announced today that, as a result of strong positive response to the magazine’s inaugural edition, the no-cost full-color quarterly print publication will be sent to additional distributors in order to help even more people with various disabling medical conditions get the information, insight and inspiration they need to live life to the fullest.

Living With a Disability features informative and easy-to-read content from disability lawyers, health care professionals and other experts, as well as disabled individuals

Living With a Disability features informative and easy-to-read content from disability lawyers, health care professionals and other experts, as well as disabled individuals

Clearly, there is a huge demand for an engaging, informative, compassionate and supportive print magazine that helps individuals with disabling conditions live life to the fullest.

The publishers of Living with a Disability announced today that, as a result of strong positive response to the magazine’s inaugural edition that launched in July 2013, the no-cost full-color print publication will be sent to additional distributors in order to help even more people with various disabling medical conditions get the information, insight and inspiration they need to live life to the fullest.

Living with a Disability features informative and easy-to-read content from disability lawyers, health care professionals and other experts, as well as disabled individuals who offer tips and advice on healthy living, emotional wellness and more. The magazine is currently available on publication racks in doctor’s offices, health clinics, hospitals, pharmacies, community service agencies, grocery stores, convenience stores and other locations, plus individuals can request to have a copy sent directly to their home address.

“Based on our extensive market research and the popularity of our online magazine http://www.FreeDisabilityMagazine.com, we expected a positive reception for Living with a Disability,” commented the magazine’s associate publisher Joshua C. Eyestone. “However, I must admit that the response from many readers and disability rights activists has exceeded our expectations. Clearly, there is a huge demand for an engaging, informative, compassionate and supportive print magazine that helps individuals with disabling conditions live life to the fullest – even if it means simply helping them put a smile on their face, or know that they aren’t alone.”

“Frequently, people who need disability benefits are not physically or emotionally able to figure out what to do, who to speak to, and what steps to take,” commented Paula Hurwitz of the Convalescent Aid Society, a 90-year old non-profit organization that is dedicated to improving the quality of life for residents in Pasadena, CA and the San Gabriel Valley through the free loan of durable medical equipment for in-home use. “The first issue of Living with a Disability did an excellent job of providing much-needed information in a clear and accessible way. I was very impressed with the tone and coverage, and I look forward to receiving additional copies to provide our clients and visitors.”

Prospective distributors who want to offer Living with a Disability in their location(s) are invited to email Editor(at)FreeDisabilityMagazine(dot)com for more information.

For all other information, including media interview requests and advertiser inquiries, contact Editor(at)FreeDisabilityMagazine(dot)com.

About Living with a Disability

Living with a Disability is an online magazine dedicated to helping individuals with a disabling medical condition live their life to the fullest. The publication’s articles cover topics like Living with a Disability, How to Get Social Security Disability, and disabling medical conditions.

Learn more at http://www.FreeDisabilityMagazine.com

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