Beijing-Bound Disaboom Members Profiled in Site's Paralympic Portal

Online Community's Paralympic Portal Features Paralympian Profiles, Articles and Blogging Contest

DENVER, CO--(Marketwire - September 2, 2008) - Disaboom (OTCBB: DSBO) (, the premier online community for people touched by disability, today launched an online Paralympic Portal, which features profiles of Disaboomers who are members of the 2008 U.S. Paralympic team, as well as links to their Disaboom blogs. The Portal, which can be viewed at, also includes a blogging contest open to Disaboom members and Paralympics-themed feature articles.

"Through the site's Paralympic content, Disaboom offers our members the unique opportunity to obtain an insider's view of the Beijing Games," said Dr. Glen House, founder of Disaboom. "Each of the Paralympian Disaboom members sets an inspirational example of living forward through disability and we are thrilled to share their stories with our community."

Beijing-bound Paralympians featured on include the following:

--  Alejandro Albor, Hand-Cycling: A 2004 Paralympic silver medalist and
    the reigning U.S. hand-cycling champion, Albor will chronicle his
    Paralympic experiences in his Disaboom blog from Beijing.
--  Stephen Craig Denvyl, Goalball: A three-time goalball national
    champion, Denvyl joins the 2008 U.S. Goalball team to compete in this three-
    on-three, goalie-versus-goalie sport, which is played in an area similar to
    a volleyball court.
--  Emily Hoskins, Wheelchair Basketball: A 2004 Paralympic gold-medalist,
    Hoskins will return to the Paralympics in 2008 as a member of the U.S.
    Women's Wheelchair Basketball team.
--  Matt Scott, Wheelchair Basketball: A member of the collegiate division
    of the National Wheelchair Basketball Association, Scott will compete in
    Beijing as a member of the U.S. Men's Wheelchair Basketball team.

Disaboom's Paralympic Portal will also include content contributed by the following Disaboomers:

--  Muffy Davis, Former Paralympian: This four-time Paralympic medalist
    and 2008 Paralympic Ambassador will blog from the Paralympic Team
    Processing in Colorado Springs.
--  Steven Barber, Filmmaker: While filming a documentary chronicling hand-
    cyclist Alejandro Albor's quest for gold in Beijing, Barber will blog about
    his experiences and observations.

The Disaboom Portal will also host a Paralympics blogging contest, which invites members of the online community to blog about topics related to the 2008 Beijing Games. The contest will reward the author of the most popular blog on each Paralympics topic with an Alejandro Albor replica cycling jersey. Contest details, topics and rules can be found at

For more information on Disaboom coverage of the 2008 Paralympic Games, please visit

About Disaboom is an interactive online community that combines lifestyle and medical information, discussion boards, a career center and social networking opportunities for those with disabilities as well as their family, friends, caregivers and health providers. It was founded by Dr. J. Glen House, a physician specializing in physical medicine and rehabilitation who is also quadriplegic. His firsthand knowledge of the challenges faced by individuals with disabilities and those whose lives they touch has driven the Disaboom mission: to create a comprehensive, evolving source of information, inspiration, insight, and personal engagement for the disability community.

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