Sedona: From Stunning to Supernatural. A Para, an Adaptive Mountain Bike and a Really Steep Mountain. CBD and SCI. The Bellyak Prone Kayak. So You Want to be an Actor.
Grappling With the Inspiration Problem. Free Smart Speakers Available to People with Paralysis. Why Isn't Your Uber or Lyft Accessible? Ask Your State Legislator. Adaptive Bowling: Striking for all Abilities. Humor: Military-Issued Service Ferret.
Living life with a disability almost inevitably involves a delicate, and often frustrating, dance with the rest of society’s (mis)conceptions of inspiration.
A look into the fine line speakers with disabilities must roll to deliver their messages and not be seen as inspirational for the wrong reasons.
Tourists come from all over to soak up majestic red rock hills and stunning sunsets, but there is much to recommend in terms of access.
For more than 15 years, Bill Miller’s IKAN Bowler has reinvigorated the sport of bowling for high quads all over the world.
Ability-wise they may be an odd couple but they are transforming the resources available to people with SCI in Northern CA.
Q. As a person with a hidden disability, I am constantly struggling with the feeling of being unfairly judged or even attacked by people who do not understand my needs or issues.
Sarah Foley wants to ignite other women wheelchair users with an undeniable glow of healing, self-acceptance and friendship.
What’s a kayaker to do when the water’s so high he can’t sit up without smacking his head on a tree? Well, he grabs tape, foam and plastic sheeting, and invents a prone kayak.