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Men’s U23 Champs to be Crowned in Canada

The next wave of talented wheelchair basketball stars will align in Toronto as Cana- da plays host to the Interna- tional Wheelchair Basketball Federation (IWBF) Men’s U23 World Championship in 2017.

Wheelchair Basketball Canada will host the world- class event from June 8-16, 2017 at the Mattamy Athletic Centre in downtown Toronto. Twelve competing nations, including the host team from Canada, will showcase the future of the sport as they battle for the world title for junior men. “As a world leader in our

sport we’re thrilled to contrib- ute to the development of the game and create a lasting legacy in the community by hosting a truly memorable event that is sure to captivate fans in Toronto and around the world,” said Wheelchair Basketball Canada Executive Director Wendy Gittens.

More basketball news at www.disabilitytodaynetwork. com/wheelchair-basket ball-canada.

In Bionic Pioneers: Brave Neurotech Users Blaze the Trail to New Therapies (ISBN: 978-0-9882342-2-2) Jennifer French and James Cavuoto tell the stories of 10 courageous individuals with neurological disabilities who made the decision to participate in a clinical trial or become a recipient of a newly- approved neurotech device to treat their conditions.

Each chapter details the often painful

details of how a neurological disorder has impacted someone’s life with insights into how each person came to accept a novel or experi- mental neurotech therapy and the marvels of that engineering. The book is one of the few health and medicine titles that pays tribute to the users who literally put life and limb on the line to help develop new neurotech therapies. “It’s time that end-users got some recognition for the contributions they’ve made to medical science,” said Cavuoto. Bionic Pioneers is published by Neurotech Press and is available in print and e-book formats.

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Prince Harry recently announced that Toronto will host the next Invictus Games. The 2017 event will take place from September 26 to 30 and will see more than 600 wounded service- men and women from 16

allied nations compete in 12 adaptive sports. The Invictus Games will use the power of

sport to inspire recovery, support rehabilitation and generate a wider understanding of, and respect for, those who serve their country, and their loved ones.

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