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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

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Sex, Wheels & Relationships Issue

Couples We Love

Four couples speak candidly about their relationships in and out of the bedroom. Also, a book about “inter-abled” relationships, keeping a medical secret from every person you’ve loved and the latest adaptive sex toys.

February 2018

2017 PEOPLE OF THE YEAR: Yannick Benjamin & Alex ElegudinYannick Benjamin & Alex Elegudin

People of the Year

In recognition of their contributions to the disability community, we are proud to honor Alex Elegudin and Yannick Benjamin as our 2017 New Mobility People of the Year.

January 2018

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ISS New Products Unveiled

Here is a look at some of the greatest innovations in mobility and seating that stood out at this year's International Seating Symposium.

Rolling with Dad

A father’s broken leg provided a unique opportunity to spend time together as wheelchair users.

A Tribe of Unruly Women

These are the friends I cry with, the ones more acutely aware of what I experience as a woman with a spinal cord injury.

Ed Suhr: Staying Flexible

There are so many frustrations, if we’re not ready to take those with a little bit of humor and some flexibility, we’re going to be screwed.

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Buggy Fun

My wife noticed an ad for an adapted dune buggy for sale and knew I'd be interested.

Other Recent Articles

Tim Gilmer’s Journey

I’ve been sentenced to a six-month journey with a stage IV ischial pressure sore, but I don’t want to do the time.

Heterotopic Ossification

When heterotopic ossification occurs in the acute stage of SCI, it most frequently happens within two months of injury. It can also occur years or decades later.

Diane Ketelsen Loves a Challenge

Aspiring sports photographer Diane Ketelsen was studying fashion design when she took a photography class, and it changed her direction. “I fell in love with the photographic image and I knew it was something I wanted to get into,” she says.

Broke Ass Cripples

If you’re trying to bring together a large group of cripples, like to organize a protest or something, you can attract a good number of them the same way you attract alley cats. You put out free food.