One out of three American adults is at risk for kidney disease, and using a wheelchair can boost those odds.
Utami, a lawyer and activist, is arguably one of the most powerful women in the world when it comes to international law and disability rights.
Members of United Spinal’s New York City and Hudson Valley Chapters devoted hundreds of hours to planning and starring in a series of videos to educate about sexuality and spinal cord injury.
Since being shot 12 years ago, he has learned to focus on solutions and be comfortable in situations where others might be uneasy.
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You catch yourself looking at other people’s chairs lustfully. Your chair doesn’t say anything, but you both know it’s over.
Reading the archive of the series is a lesson in the sheer size and diversity of the disability community.
Schrenk is the force behind The TSF, a foundation that provides assistive technology and support for quads like himself and others with disabilities to live in their own homes as independently and affordably as possible.
Carina A. Ortiz Toro, 35, says she is shy and has been her entire life. So how did she end up on stage leading Zumba classes as the only wheelchair-using instructor in the Caribbean?
By the time the end of June rolls around, I will be either 63 years old or dead. I’m betting hard on the former.