Mullin dedicated himself to studying SCI rehab and recovery. Now he is one of the founders of the Center for Neuro Recovery.
Diagnosed with MS, this professor of medicine went back to the basic science and experimented on herself.
Taking a look at where the disability community sits in the current health care debate.
Google tells me that the Los Angeles Convention Center is approximately 30 miles from Disneyland. When I attended L.A.’s recent Abilities Expo, you could have convinced me that I was rolling through Anaheim’s famed theme park.
I wanted to write about the overly-medicalized stereotypical images of caregiving a lot of people carry around in their heads, so I entered the word “caregiver” into a search engine and then clicked images.
When asked if it’s inevitable that a manual wheelchair user with an active lifestyle will blow out their shoulders, ADAPT Training Vice President Jerod Warf says absolutely not.
Millie Gonzalez says it took her a while to choose “#LiveFiercely: Take Control of Your Life Through Self-Care.” as her winning Ms. Wheelchair New Jersey 2019 platform.
Before retirement, I was a college professor and did brain research. One night, to treat my research team, I ordered pizza and since my lab was tricky to locate, gave instructions for the driver ...
"Divorce papers finally came through." "I'm sorry Tony."
The Upside is one of the box office surprises of 2019. It has been equally successful in provoking passionate responses about the decision to have Brian Cranston play a quadriplegic. Responses to Allen Rucker’s two articles about the film, and its French predecessor highlighted the discussion