While Any One of Us is not without its strengths, I couldn’t help but roll away feeling like it had missed an opportunity.
On the surface, there’s nothing remarkable about the adjustable-height table that sits near the foot of my bed. If the table could talk, oh the stories it could tell.
As the leaves start to turn and the days grow shorter, I find myself daydreaming about the idyllic days of early summer; back when I could count on the sun to warm my quad bones late into the night; back when I had a full stable of excellent doctors I could rely on.
As New Mobility celebrates its 30th anniversary and we recognize Spinal Cord Injury Awareness Month, the NM team marks the occasion by looking to the future and thinking big.
Whenever anyone tells me how inspirational I am, I think back to Nike’s famous 1993 commercial featuring NBA-legend Charles Barkley.
Before you slam down the magazine or rage-quit your browser, think back to 1999 and how far adaptive tech has come.
People always seem surprised when I tell them there are only five of us who work full time on the magazine.
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.
Google tells me that the Los Angeles Convention Center is approximately 30 miles from Disneyland. When I attended L.A.’s recent Abilities Expo, you could have convinced me that I was rolling through Anaheim’s famed theme park.
“May you live in interesting times.” That was the ambiguous fortune I pulled out of a cookie after a recent Chinese dinner. I didn’t think much of it at the time, but days later, it popped into my head as I was scrolling through one of the many SCI/D forums on Facebook.