Just because you use a wheelchair doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy flying high in one of the oldest forms of air travel.
7 Family Friendly Things to Do on Mount Desert Island
When you are diagnosed with a form of a disease like ALS, your world changes forever. I think I have handled my situation quite well. My favorite phrase is, “Life gave me lemons, so I’ll make lemonade!” At first it did not seem too bad. My speech was slightly affected, but that was easily overcome […]
Safe thrills from aerial gliding to ziplining.
Amberley Snyder was born to ride horses. Becoming paralyzed at the age of 18 has only fed her lifelong passion.
Traveling can be a logistical challenge for people who use wheelchairs and similar mobility devices.
Images of wheelchair users at Major League Baseball Games aren’t typically included in fan cam shots. So wouldn’t it be awesome if, on the 25th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act, all Major League Baseball games — 26 broadcasts in all — showed fans who use wheelchairs and discussed the ADA during the games? […]
The first Accessible Yoga Conference will take place September 12-13 in Santa Barbara, Calif., and organizers are offering New Mobility readers a 10 percent discount. “The mission of the conference is to provide a forum where the yoga community can come together to connect, share and support those who wish to expand access to the yoga teachings […]
Katherine Beattie is shredding the wheelchair motocross scene, finishing eighth overall in her first WCMX World Championships, held in April in Grand Prairie, Texas. Also, Beattie, who has CP, is the first woman in the world to land a backflip in a wheelchair. The La Cañada Flintridge, Calif., woman spent her childhood skateboarding, surfing and […]