Eating well and working out are essential to good health — and this couldn’t be more true for people with SCI.
If there are no dogs in Heaven, I want to go where the dogs went.
Historic properties are required to comply with the applicable accessibility guidelines to the maximum extent possible.
The archetypical disability cheater should be living it up on those felonious checks, hanging out by his infinity pool and drinking Crown Royal.
Wheelchair-using entrepreneur and chef Aleem Syed owns and operates a fully accessible food truck
Crisis in home care; the ABLE act
I was thrilled when the ADA was implemented in 1992. After more than 25 years as a wheelchair user, I was sick of fighting stairways, inaccessible restroom stalls, and job discrimination. But it didn’t take long to discover that very few nondisabled people knew the law existed. And most of those who did know thought […]
Turning to Veganism and Stem Cells Growing up, Wes Bandemer, 25, Morgan City, La., was all about staying physically active. “I was always doing something physical every single day,” he says. “I didn’t have a computer and rarely touched video games,” and then I lost it all, not even being able to shrug my shoulders.” […]
Traveling can be a logistical challenge for people who use wheelchairs and similar mobility devices.
Q. I’m 55, in my 30th year as a T6 para. I started exercising after a long layoff, overdid it and my right shoulder suddenly became very sore. I tried working through the pain, which made it worse. Transfers are painful and it hurts to push my chair or lift my arm above shoulder level. […]