A fictional quad acts on his pre-planned suicide even after finding the love of his life. Two real-life disabled girls — one 5 and the other 14 — choose to die with the blessing of family members. Responding bravely, disability advocates battled widespread ignorance, melodrama and misinformation, telling the truth about living with a disability in an attempt to save lives. For their dedication, courage and persistence, NM is proud to honor them as People of the Year.
On Dec. 5, The Ruderman Family Foundation announced the winners for its 2016 Ruderman Prize in Inclusion, which honors innovative organizations that work to advance [...]
This is the Point is a new play crafted as a sledgehammer to the typical assumptions around relationships, sexuality and the daily lives of people [...]
The highs and lows of the Rio Paralymics captured behind the lens of a camera.
Boy with CP ejected from Trump rally meets Obama; Online dating for a woman in a wheelchair
Ms. Duckworth deserves the honor of being named New Mobility’s Person of the Year.
Every year there are more smartphone apps designed to make an aspect of living with a disability a little bit easier. Here are three free and useful offerings available from Google Play and the iTunes App Store.
The new children’s book, We Can Go Anywhere: My Adventures on Daddy’s Chair, is delightful. It’s also full of life, energy and the loving bond between a precious little girl and her adventurous Daddy, who takes her to the moon and back on his power chair.
Advice for the newly injured; Conflict at the gas pump