What’s the deal with pool lifts at hotels and other public accommodations?
People who aren’t disabled see disabled people as tragic. If the odds are ever going to get better in the full-inclusion sweepstakes, our vast community has to figure out a way of driving a sharp wedge between the word “disability” and the perceived connotations of heartbreak, pain, suffering, weakness, humiliation, flesh eating bacteria, and there-for-the-grace-of-God-go-I […]
Person of the Year, Chairskating, Jeff Shannon, Bus Protest
I have always been fascinated by seeds. Why? They are bursting with such potential! As each unique seedling, flower or plant unfolds, it often surprises us with its beauty, complexity, and ability to be fruitful. Whether germinating or dormant, seeds must have the right conditions to set them on their journey. And so it is […]
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.
Jen Addis, 50 Marathons, Tablet Eye Tracking
Whether we use an ultralight wheelchair, power chair or handcycle, many of us have the need for speed.