Because of her openminded attitude, Burnett is a member of the U.S. Para-Badminton team, spokesmodel for Permobil and a runway model.
Before you slam down the magazine or rage-quit your browser, think back to 1999 and how far adaptive tech has come.
After over 2,900 miles and 66 days riding across America in his power wheelchair and electric trike, Kouri's ride ends in Washington, D.C.
A chance encounter introduced him to adaptive sports, and it proved to be the key to his discovering how to embrace life after injury.
People always seem surprised when I tell them there are only five of us who work full time on the magazine.
As the head of Airbnb’s push for accessibility and inclusion, Srin Madipalli is overseeing the $35 billion peer-to-peer rental giant’s efforts to make travel more accessible. With rentals in almost 200 countries and over 150 million users, the company could be a game changer.
Coaching, mentoring and education all blend together for this 35-year-old football and wheelchair rugby coach from Rochester, New York.
It seems like not a week goes by without some story in the news about inappropriate touching. I can’t imagine a better time to examine where those boundaries lie in regard to us.
Paralympian Sets a Guinness World Record. IKEA Promotes Accessible Furniture Hacks. Para Makes Off-road History. Human Support Robots to Assist Wheelers at Tokyo Olympics. Outrageous Airline Stats. The Rebound documentary. Dating Podcast.