Intrepid wheelers are figuring out how to take back the streets by turning e-scooters into their own adaptive mobility devices.
She's traveled the world, advocated for inclusion and serves as the chapter leader for the Western PA Chapter of United Spinal.
One of the benefits of being the editor is getting to talk with fascinating people from all corners of the wheelchair-using spectrum.
Axons carry your thoughts (brain signals) through the cord to other neurons and eventually on to your muscles. Broken axons are why people stay paralyzed.
As kids, hearing, “Supper’s ready!” was music to our ears. As adults with disabilities, the thought of pulling together a healthy dinner each night is much less harmonious.
This month's topics include TED hose with waist band and fashion tips.
College is a time for experimenting, right? I had always wondered, so I thought that I would give it a try.
"Sal's. Best ramp in the city."
Awesome PWDs Make Bitch Media’s Top 50. One Small Roll for Mankind. Wheelz Gets Hot Wheels.
Video Motivation. DIY Ramps. RIP Wheelchair Junkie. A Pricey Ride.