What started as a simple inquiry about a potential profile developed into a beautiful correspondence between two longtime wheelchair users about life on the ranch.
Where would that leave those of us with chronic disabilities?
Q. Lately I am less willing to go to friends’ and new acquaintances’ homes, mainly because so many of their bathrooms are not accessible or the rooms are too crowded ...
Despite facing many of the same barriers that wheelchair-using doctors encounter, a growing army of nurses on wheels is fighting the system and advocating for changes that will benefit everyone, with and without disabilities
Wheelchair users are making it through medical school and rolling into emergency rooms, operating rooms and private practices with greater frequency.
Six months of bed confinement led to shoulder problems and loss of strength that robbed me of my ability to transfer into my minivan.
How Responsible is a Caregiver for the Choices of His Employer?
An affordable path to home ownership.
Mark E. Smith, whose writing and upbeat personality brought joy and enlightenment to so many in the disability and mainstream communities, passed away Sunday, Nov. 25.
What if a wheelchair existed that could be propelled by pulling back on the rims instead of pushing forward?