A decade ago the idea of a mini-tank/wheelchair was a crude dream. Today we have three to choose from.
The legendary festival of Pete Seeger — always a model of socially responsible music and accessibility — lives on.
The Glide Suspension Fork is the only fork to date that absorbs impacts from both horizontal and vertical directions.
The Best of Disability Blogs and Banter Portlight Strategies’ #RUReady media blitz invited bloggers and emergency preparedness organizations to post about how people with disabilities can survive disasters. Emergency Preparedness — Are You Ready? I live in Northern Colorado, in an area beset by frequent power outages. We experience severe weather in the form of […]
When seeking inspiration while writing her wonderful novel, Good Kings Bad Kings, Susan Nussbaum called upon spite to be her muse.
Andrew Angulo: Morphing Into the Media Man; Tasha Schuh: My Last Step Backward
For joint integrity after SCI/D: Mouth Watering Pineapple-Cucumber Gazpacho
Some people would show up in strange chairs made out of Legos or Lincoln Logs, or chairs with useless giant tailpipes.
There are accessibility guidelines available for virtually any feature to be found in a park, including parking, signage, walkways, playgrounds, parks programs and fishing piers.