I hope this letter finds you in good health, and that you are looking forward to sharing some holiday cheer with family and friends.
It happened so fast it stunned me. After one week in a hospital, I found myself in a nursing home. Maybe I shouldn’t have been surprised. We think nursing homes are just for old people, but that’s not always true.
The Reeve Foundation wants you to support epidural stimulation, which just might change your life.
Is it time to consider redesigning the international symbol of access?
Glaciers are formidable and far from accessible — unless you can catch a ride on a monster-sized Terra Bus.
Jarrett Martin has never stopped loving the excitement of freefalling, even when he became a T3 para.
In Memoriam: Terry Moakley; Wheelchair Challenge; Giving Tuesday
Illinois Chapter: Roughing it for Rehab; Spotlight Chicago
Service dogs greatly enrich the lives of their handlers by performing a myriad of tasks that mitigate a person’s disability. And they provide so much more — unconditional love and acceptance, a feeling of safety, increased positive social interaction. Trite comments like “no speeding” and “you are such an inspiration” are replaced by compliments about […]
Getting your first power chair can be a demoralizing process — at best you get to pick the color. Even well-meaning therapists and providers often don’t know what to expect. Until you have used it for a while, you can’t know how a power chair fits into your life. It’s then that you learn what […]