Jerika Bolen, who has spinal muscular atrophy type 2, plans to turn off her ventilator with the full support of her mother Jen.
I discovered a thing that makes those little trips around town a whole lot better. That thing is the wonder of podcasts.
I’ve had it with people so engrossed with their phones that they almost bang into me!
A home elevator big enough for a wheelchair – a new type of wheelchair lift
Three affordable, accessible travel stories about finding Americana.
Since his T11 injury, Steve Dalton has learned to say "yes" to new experiences. Now, he says his life is better than it was before his accident.
Shouts of congratulations and waves of applause could be heard along the entire race route from runners and spectators alike. The unique reason for all of the support is that both of them have spinal cord injuries.