Two hip-hop performers are bringing “rap therapy” to young people in hopes of guiding them down the right road.
Beautiful, serene and unspoiled, Washington state’s San Juan Islands are easy to reach — and mostly wheelchair accessible.
The newest video game controllers have opened the world of first-person action to those with very little mobility.
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Jessica Harthcock is walking after spinal cord injury. What made it possible?
With infectious joy and spontaneity, this high-energy couple creates sparks wherever they go.
As founder of PhotoAbility, TravAbility and PushLiving, Deborah Davis is a one-woman force for inclusion.
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Attorney General Greg Abbott is running for governor of Texas. He has a record of crushing his Democratic opponents. But Texas’ disability community is fearful that he will ignore their needs. Will he stand his ground?
All of these cities have merits that make them attractive for wheelchair users. They also have tricky weather or old architecture. It’s often the intangibles — such as a spirit of acceptance — that make them worth the challenges.