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.
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.
Are there any groups for those of us with SCI undergoing divorce? And do you know of any resources to help me with my immediate needs and lifestyle changes?
Schrenk is the force behind The TSF, a foundation that provides assistive technology and support for quads like himself and others with disabilities to live in their own homes as independently and affordably as possible.
Carina A. Ortiz Toro, 35, says she is shy and has been her entire life. So how did she end up on stage leading Zumba classes as the only wheelchair-using instructor in the Caribbean?
The RV giant has launched three accessibility-enhanced motorhomes.
Innovators and designers from around the world were invited to submit their ideas for products designed to improve the lives of people with lower-limb paralysis.
Cory Lee Woodard has become the face of accessible travel, having appeared on segments for Lonely Planet and CBS, written for National Geographic and won the prestigious Lowell Thomas Award for best travel blog. And now he has another honor to add to his growing list.