There is no specific formula for requesting help that will guarantee a response from a person you don’t know.
Conquering the handshake situation can be awkward and anxiety-provoking for everyone involved.
Sheri Denkensohn-Trott writes about the long road to accepting and embracing a new body image after SCI.
"I've been an EMT for 35 years and I've never done a desk extraction!"
What's it take to book an accessible room reservation? Is it even possible?
From drinking soup through a straw to elbowing your way onto the elevator, life in a wheelchair demands a different set of rules.
"Adopting" Charlie, an orphan from Sierra Leone, gives Sheri joy and the opportunity to make a difference.
The movie Breathe reminded Sheri Denkensohn-Trott of her own experiences using a vent.
Accessible mammograms exist, and your local center ought to provide them if they don't already.
Flying was a mixed bag. My chair sustained damage, but was operable, and American Airlines was helpful.