Chris Locke was placed on CPAP for sleep apnea, and it was life-changing. “I’m able to think and hold a conversation. I have more patience to deal with BS. And I’ve lost weight.”
All of these cities have merits that make them attractive for wheelchair users. They also have tricky weather or old architecture. It's often the intangibles — such as a spirit of acceptance — that make them worth the challenges.
Mike Collins prefers to stay in his wheelchair at the dentist. On the list of life’s unpleasant chores, going to the dentist has [...]