Nolan Ryan Trowe sustained an SCI in 2016 and has since built a powerful portfolio documenting the lives of people with SCI/D and other disabilities.
Finding ways to stay sane is more important than ever, and to my surprise, I’m finding solace in my nightly writing.
We have made strides in terms of including people of color in our content, but we haven’t been as successful in terms of recruiting writers of color. This issue shows we can do better.
On the list of “terrible things about flying as a wheelchair user,” being referred to as “an ADA” by inconsiderate airline staff probably ranks somewhere between having your wheelchair damaged ...
An event that forces us to isolate ourselves may actually bringing us closer together.
During good times, a trip to the hospital can be a disempowering, dehumanizing and, dare I say, dangerous experience for a person with a visible disability. And these are not good times.
Diet and nutrition play a huge part in helping your body battle COVID-19.
He was one of the best teen players in the world before a slide into second made him a quadriplegic. Now, he works behind the scenes.
This year marks the 30th anniversary of the founding of the Spinal Cord Damage Research Center at the James J. Peters VA Medical Center in the Bronx, New York.
FAQs about COVID-19 and SCI/D are answered by Mount Sinai's Dr. Thomas Bryce.