Disabled Could Benefit from 8 Hour Alcohol and Drug Course

by Mike Miller September 21, 2014
This is the sixth and final installment of the series of blogs looking at the relationship between drug abuse with respect to disabled individuals here at onlinedrugclass.com. So far we have examined the reasons why disabled people are at higher risk of addiction issues as we all some of the dangers associated with their addiction to drugs. Today, we will continue to look at some of the dangers of drug addiction disabled individuals face as well as look at substance abuse treatment options. As ... [More]

12 Hour Drug Class Helps Eliminate Dangers of Addiction for the Disabled

by Mike Miller September 16, 2014
This is the fifth in a series of blogs here at onlinedrugclass.com looking at the problem of addiction facing disabled individuals. The first four blogs addressed the reasons why disabled people are more susceptible to addiction problems. Now, we turn our attention to the dangers associated with addiction for disabled individuals. As reported in www.addictiontreatmentmagazine.com. Dangers Of Untreated Substance Abuse In The Disabled Whenever substance abuse and addiction go untreated, there a... [More]

Drug Education Classes Could Keep Disabled People Healthier

by Mike Miller September 11, 2014
This is the fourth in a series of blogs here at onlinedrugclass.com looking at the addiction issues faced by those with disabilities. People with handicaps, be it mental, physical, or emotional, are more susceptible to addiction. In the first three blogs we looked at some statistics and a few of the reasons why the disabled are so more susceptible to addiction problems. If you have not read them, I encourage you to go back and catch up at the onlinedrugclass.com blog. As reported in www.addicti... [More]

Drug Classes Can Help Disabled Face Addiction Issues

by Mike Miller September 6, 2014
This is the third in a series of blogs here at onlinedrugclass.com addressing the addiction issues faced by disabled individuals. We are currently looking at some of the reasons why the disabled may be at higher risk for addiction. If you missed the first two installments, I encourage you to go back and read them at the onlinedrugclass.com blog. Do you know someone who is disabled (mentally or physically)? Do you think they may be suffering from addiction issues? If not, you might want to confi... [More]

Disability Can Lead to Addiction – Drug Education is Helpful

by Mike Miller September 1, 2014
This is the second in a series of blogs looking at addiction issues faced by those suffering some form of disability. In the first installment we looked at a few figures showing that those who are disabled are more likely to suffer from addiction issues. Why are the disabled at higher risk of addiction issue do you think? As reported in www.addictiontreatmentmagazine.com. Potential Reasons For Higher Risk Following are a couple of potential reasons that living with a disability can increase t... [More]

Disability and Addiction: Online Drug Class is a Powerful Resource

by Mike Miller August 27, 2014
The image conjured up of someone disabled is a person in a wheel chair having trouble with mobility, right? There are many types of disability, mental, physical, spiritual and emotional. With disability often comes pain and suffering. From pain and suffering can spring addiction. Whether a disability stems from an accident or a medical condition, such as multiple sclerosis or a serious mental health disorder, it often has a serious and negative impact on a person’s emotional well-being. I... [More]