NM Newsletter Will Be Biweekly. 'Superhumans' Ad for Paralympics an Instant Classic. ABLE Accounts Open Pathway Out of Poverty. Painful Shoulders Don't Always Require Surgery.
About Jean DobbsAs editorial director of New Mobility, Jean Dobbs oversees the editorial team, guiding the magazine’s mission and design. She is also responsible for developing new departments and related projects, such as Life in Action magazine. With a master’s degree in journalism, she was previously NM’s executive editor and managing editor and has written for the magazine since 1991. She has interviewed many distinguished members of the disability community, including advocate Justin Dart, disability-culture scholar Carol Gill and entertainment photographer Christopher Voelker. She is editor of the book Kids on Wheels and publisher of Spinal Network: The Total Wheelchair Book. She works from home in North Carolina.
By Jean Dobbs| 2016-07-14T17:07:01+00:00 July 14th, 2016|
Chicago to Add 50 More Accessible Taxis. Jail Time Now Possible for People with Fake Service Animals. From Tame to Extreme, These Videos are Worth Sharing. My SCI Taught Me to Say Yes to New Experiences. Track Vehicles, aka Tank Chairs, Bulldoze into Summer.
By Jean Dobbs| 2016-06-28T12:27:17+00:00 June 23rd, 2016|
Wheelers to 'Roll on Capitol Hill' Tuesday. Homemade Accessible Kayak Transporter Redefines Independence. Two Companies Have Literally Reinvented the Wheel. Irrigating the Bladder with these Solutions Can Reduce UTIs.
By Jean Dobbs| 2016-06-28T12:29:39+00:00 June 9th, 2016|
Promising Stem Cell Trial Cancelled Despite Significant Gains. 'Grace' Ad Shows Trump's Bias Against Disability in Classy Way. Fleximug: A Hands-Free Drinking Solution. Beach Wheelchairs More Available than Ever.
By Jean Dobbs| 2016-06-03T10:51:12+00:00 June 2nd, 2016|
Weekly Newsletter: Quads Regain Hand Function After Stem Cell Trial. Advocates Call for Boycott of 'Disability Snuff Film.' Frustrated About Trying to Get Your Wheelchair Fixed? Self-Balancing Two-Wheel Wheelchair Gives New Level of Mobility.