From pressure relief to nature breaks and everything in between, Seth McBride gives some tips for smooth road tripping
From drinking soup through a straw to elbowing your way onto the elevator, life in a wheelchair demands a different set of rules.
Six months after flap surgery, my journey toward a new day is almost realized.
They say you should go into a job interview with a firm handshake. Paralysis has made my handshake floppy and weak, but it remains confident.
Not only is cooking a meal for your family satisfying, but it may be easier than you think.
I needed someone who could navigate within the system. I needed a case manager who could also be a patient advocate.
Have you ever gone out to a restaurant only to discover there is no accessible parking? Or worse yet, the restrooms are not accessible?
Our health care complex can be a swirling black hole, but there is good news.
"Flying a glider is close to flying like a soaring eagle," says Denis Livsey.
Coming face-to-face with the unjust, prohibitive costs of a product-driven, profit-based health care system.