Here are some disability and SCI/D podcasts worth checking out.
There is probably a product that changed your life, and if you’re lucky, there is a good story behind how you discovered it.
A former teacher who blogs about wheelchair life, Megan is dedicated to helping people find the resources they need after SCI.
For anyone wagering on how long it would take for New Mobility to be in the hotseat under my tenure as editor, all bets are now off: It only took one month.
Ola Ojewumi, Cody Unser, Kavita Krishnaswamy, Rose Hollermann and Santina Muha may not be household names yet, but they are making big impacts in their respective fields, and you’ll be glad we told you to keep an eye on their budding careers.
Scott crisscrosses the nation trumpeting the many benefits of standing wheelchairs. “I want to get chair users up on their feet again.”
I’ve read so many opinion pieces and news articles about the various bans popping up all over the west coast that I’ve even lost the desire to make jokes about how much they suck.
Triathlete and open-water swimmer Trent Theroux attempted to swim the 21-mile span of the English Channel as a fundraiser to benefit Rise Above Paralysis, the Greater Boston Chapter of United Spinal Association.
Nurses at Craig Hospital can help you identify potential SCI/D complications before they become serious health issues. This free service provides a dedicated nurse to answer non-emergency calls about spinal cord injury or brain injury.
MedStar National Rehabilitation Hospital in Washington, D.C., offers a free rowing program open to any individual with a physical disability.