Adaptive products and adaptive lifestyles go hand in hand. Our annual Consumer Guide shows you the tech — and the techniques — for living fully on wheels.
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.
E-stim, whether employed in FES cycling or an exciting new application of rowing exercise, offers health benefits that can improve our lives in very real ways.
What would it be like to wake up one morning and have everything in your life be perfectly accessible, affordable and accommodating?
The ADA, while largely ignored in the medical world, is still on our side, and lawsuits and negotiations are starting to make a mark. Are we ready to capitalize on this moment and seize what is rightfully ours?
As wheelchair-using travelers, we must find creative solutions to be able to go where we want — at an affordable cost. NM talks with four couples whose wanderlust took them to farflung national destinations.
A growing number of products are designed to make propelling yourself easier and extend your life in a manual wheelchair, while helping you keep fit and avoid muscle overuse and debilitating pain.
Larry Flynt is the only wheelchair-using, multi-millionaire pornographer and free speech advocate in America, or at least the most notorious.