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Archaeology of a Woman

Archaeology of a Woman

Sharon Greytak brings her disability perspective to a film about moms, daughters, mystery and dementia.

Parenting by the Numbers

Parenting by the Numbers

Raising five children and 14 grandchildren from a wheelchair? How does Tammy Johnson do it?

Race of Truth

Race of Truth

Will Lachenauer tackles the Tour de Nez, a handcycling test of speed and endurance, and finds it’s about more than winning.

Exercises for Quads

Exercises for Quads

It isn’t easy finding ways to exercise when you’re a quad. Here are some fitness tips for those with limited arm function.

NM Turns 25: Our Journey, 2010-2014

NM Turns 25: Our Journey, 2010-2014

Our final installment of New Mobility’s 25th anniversary “Legacy” section brings us to the present.

George Gallego (above, center) is focused on increased quality of life for people with SCI.

NSCIA Chapter Check-In: Greater New York City

New York City Chapter Grows with Collaboration, Spotlight New York City

Jennifer Wolff UsersFirst

Advocacy: Mobility Map, Reinvesting in Veterans

A Better Mobility Map; Reinvesting in Veterans; Survey

Continuing the Legacy of Terry Moakley

Continuing the Legacy of Terry Moakley

Terence J. Moakley (“Terry” to all who knew him), United Spinal and Eastern Paralyzed Veterans Association (EPVA) president, employee and board member, passed away on Sept. 5, 2014. He was 69 years old. Terry graduated from St. John’s with a bachelors in English at the height of the Vietnam War. He knew the Army would […]

Wheelchair Lacrosse

Wheelchair Lacrosse

Adaptive lacrosse is taking off despite obstacles — like how to wheel and carry a big stick at the same time.

William Peace: Scholar, Advocate

William Peace: Scholar, Advocate

When it comes to disability rights, William Peace not only thinks, writes and talks about it, he takes action.