Rugged Alaska can be an unforgettable journey for wheelers — with smart planning.
Jason Becker was a world-class guitar player when ALS struck. 25 years later, he’s still making music.
Where are we now? What can we do?
“What do you do?” A dreaded question. How do I answer that?
When the world seems like an unfriendly place for people with disabilities, Super Wonder Cripster Woman dons her cape.
Our bodies may be bent, but changing habits and getting the right aids and equipment can make a difference.
Paralympic athletes from two different hemispheres exchange visits and learn about advocacy and friendship.
An obituary is factual and brief, but a sister’s memory of her brother’s passing will live in the hearts of all who were touched by him.
WCMX is often described as “skateboarding for wheelchair users,” but given some of the tricks its riders pull off, it’s more like a cross between skating and dirtbiking. In fact, the sport’s name, WCMX, coined by back-and-front flipping Aaron “Wheelz” Fotheringham, is a mash-up of wheelchair and BMX. The sport is still being organized, but […]
When Tim Bowers had his breathing tube removed one day after his spinal cord injury, many people with disabilities were distressed — and very vocal about the questionable ethics involved.