Q. I work for a company that made an accommodation for me and my wheelchair, which allows me to work on the first floor of our two-story building. Others in my department work upstairs, but our office building lacks an elevator. I now have a larger problem.
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Q. About a year ago I noticed I was leaning to the left side of my chair and couldn’t seem to sit straight. I also started ...
When Gina Schuh wrote “My Wheelchair is My Legs, When it Breaks it is an Emergency!” for Pushliving.com, she may have set off a revolution.