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Michael Collins

Everyday Advocacy: Condo Accessibility

Although condos are not covered by the ADA, some features must be accessible under Fair Housing laws, and discrimination is illegal.

SCI Life: February 2015

SCI Life: February 2015

Athlete Trish Downing quickly learned that SCI doesn’t touch the desire to be active and compete.

Eat Well, Live Well: Healthful Weight Gain

Eat Well, Live Well: Healthful Weight Gain

Although 60 percent of people with SCI are overweight, some struggle with being underweight and need healthy ways to add pounds.

Kary Wright

Outdoor Tracks: Florida Boat Tour

An accessible pontoon boat provides an intimate view of river wildlife. Just don’t touch the baby alligators.

Allen Rucker

Raising a Ruckus: The Coming Deluge

I wake up with the same troublesome question rolling around my fervid brain: Are Americans with disabilities making progress or sliding backwards?

Crip Buzz: February 2015

Crip Buzz: February 2015

I went to the local grocery store and a woman sparked up a conversation with me, and asked me if I did any sports. Just to be different, I said no, I am too old and broken for that. She says to me …

December 2014

Letters: February 2015

Accessible Fitness Center, Smart Drive

Tim Gilmer

Bully Pulpit: Penalized for Working

Who would have thought that today, as we approach the 25th anniversary of the ADA, a quadriplegic high school teacher would have to fight her own government in order to keep teaching?

John Martinson uses a swingarm to load his chair onto his trike.

Motorvation: Motorcycles

There are many ways for wheelchair users to modify motorcycles and catch the wind once again.

Jason Roy

SCI Life: January 2015

Jason Roy, an incomplete C5 quad, has lived a life full of parallels. A former city of Houston police officer paralyzed in a car chase in 2011, he has seen both sides of life — with and without a spinal cord injury.

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