Sarah Foley wants to ignite other women wheelchair users with an undeniable glow of healing, self-acceptance and friendship.
What’s a kayaker to do when the water’s so high he can’t sit up without smacking his head on a tree? Well, he grabs tape, foam and plastic sheeting, and invents a prone kayak.
In the old days, if you had a heat-sensitive disability, you sat in air conditioning or wore a cooling vest. Today moisture-wicking fabrics are available.
Summer Fun in the Sun and Time to Mow the Lawn.
Ali Stroker, Wine on Wheels, Restaurant Reviewer Adds Access Info, Insta Community WAGS — Wives and Girlfriends — of SCI, Jason DaSilva's Follow Up to Award-Winning Documentary.
As strong as powerlifter Garrison Redd’s arm and core muscles are, his heart may be stronger.
The weather’s warm, the sun is shining and it’s time to get outdoors. Why not take a hike?
The Center for Research on Women with Disabilities is looking for women who have had a spinal cord injury to participate in a study on wellness.
Diagnosed with MS, this professor of medicine went back to the basic science and experimented on herself.
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.