As a wheelchair user, I wanted to know whether Google Glass could improve my quality of life.
Over 14 years of interviewing and hiring caregivers I’ve learned to expect the unexpected in terms of responses, appearances and caregiving philosophies. I hired a guy who couldn’t tell his twin sons apart. I worked with a grown man who made custom headdresses for Star Wars action figures and used soap scum to style his […]
On first glance the idea of “planning for spontaneity” makes about as much sense as the latest guide to Medicare. But if you bring up the concept with any wheelchair user, it’s likely that their eyes will light up with the spark of understanding.