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Parenting from a Wheelchair

The Parenting Issue

Seth McBride, Stephanie Arrache and Teal Sherer break down the early years of raising children and share how they — and their kids — have adapted to parenting with a wheelchair.

August 2018

Celebrating Tim

For almost a generation, New Mobility has been guided by our beloved editor, Tim Gilmer. And now, as he retires, it is time to bid him farewell — although we trust he will not go far.

July 2018

Erik Howk one of the most visible wheelchair-using musicians in the world

Eric Howk. The Man

Find out what it’s like being one of the most visible wheelchair-using musicians in the world, what life is like on the road and what went on behind the scenes at the Grammys.

June 2018

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Exploring Yellowstone & Grand Teton

Two of our most stunning national parks offer more access to nature than ever before, but still leave much beyond the reach of people with mobility limitations.

May 2018

The Future's Smartchairs are Here

What if your wheelchair could tell you when it was going to need maintenance or when you needed a pressure release? Or what if it could drive you from point to point without you having to steer? The time is now.

April 2018

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Accessible Gardening

Spring is almost here and there’s no better time to start planning and planting your dream garden. Whether indoors, outdoors or upside down — flowers, foliage or food-focused — the options are plentiful.

March 2018

Other Recent Articles

SCI Researcher Sasha Rabchevsky

As an SCI researcher and a person with SCI, Alexander “Sasha” Rabchevsky’s learned his unique position can be an advantage and a source of frustration, but he is dedicated to improving the quality of life of his fellow wheelers.

The Costco Social Experiment

What does this social experiment prove? I guess it proves that Costco bouncers are somehow intimidated by my crippledness. Thus, they give me special treatment. But should I be insulted by that?

Twenty Years and Counting

This past Sunday, 35 of my closest friends and family got together to celebrate the 20-year anniversary of my SCI with an event my parents and I titled, “Surviving and Thriving: Celebrating 20 Years.”