From the runways of Los Angeles and Moscow to department stores and online shopping, adaptive fashion is moving out of designers’ basements and into the spotlight.
The gospel of CrossFit is spreading to people with disabilities.
Emily Polsby and her new husband find a near-perfect getaway on the Northern California coast.
Stabbing. Burning. Shooting. Maddening. Tim Gilmer addresses neuropathic pain and searches for solutions.
The concept behind Open Style Lab sounds like a spinoff of the hit fashion reality show Project Runway except all the clients are people with disabilities.
Razz Cue, a 52-year-old writer from Las Vegas and a C5-6 incomplete quadriplegic, generally settles for off-the-rack clothing but finds the selection rarely meets his specific needs. “Some designs work better than others, but I wish I could find ...
From beginners to full-blown bodybuilders, fellow wheelchair users weigh in on their experiences at the gym and provide helpful advice to those looking to get “wheelie” buff.
In the minds of many drivers who are disabled, driving is considered to be a gift. In reality, it can often be an expensive undertaking.
If I could drive, I could work; and, if I could work, I could probably support a family. It was just enough to give me a vision for change.
Even with a perfect cushion, a pressure sore can crop up from a variety of skin insults.