Unable to move his fingers and with limited hand use, Dave Kott knew he needed adaptive shop tools to create his ideas. He and a friend developed simple adaptations to allow him to work more on his own.
Can it really be a cure-all for many of the medical maladies facing wheelchair users?
Readers talk about pet dogs, cats, rescued backyard critters and a friendly spider.
Four weddings that include wheelchair users in unique ways.
A primer on video blogging — whether creating or watching — plus profiles of seven prolific vloggers.
Brian and Tiff get a second chance at true love — after Brian's accident. Also: Getting physical when physicality is limited.
Raising five children and 14 grandchildren from a wheelchair? How does Tammy Johnson do it?
Jason Becker was a world-class guitar player when ALS struck. 25 years later, he's still making music.
A lot of us are anticipating a miracle drug that will allow us to shed our wheels to walk again, or at least live a pain-free life.