Whatever the job, Welch succeeds thanks to a strong work ethic and the confidence that she has the skills to succeed.
“May you live in interesting times.” That was the ambiguous fortune I pulled out of a cookie after a recent Chinese dinner. I didn’t think much of it at the time, but days later, it popped into my head as I was scrolling through one of the many SCI/D forums on Facebook.
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The Disability Integration Act was reintroduced to Congress on Jan. 15. If passed, it would create a right to long-term support services.
Members of United Spinal’s New York City and Hudson Valley Chapters devoted hundreds of hours to planning and starring in a series of videos to educate about sexuality and spinal cord injury.
Since being shot 12 years ago, he has learned to focus on solutions and be comfortable in situations where others might be uneasy.
You catch yourself looking at other people’s chairs lustfully. Your chair doesn’t say anything, but you both know it’s over.
She's traveled the world, advocated for inclusion and serves as the chapter leader for the Western PA Chapter of United Spinal.
One of the benefits of being the editor is getting to talk with fascinating people from all corners of the wheelchair-using spectrum.
Danielle Corazza started as the new vice president of VetsFirst, but it is fair to say she has prepared for the job her whole life.