Besieged by medical problems, Keith Smith couldn’t picture a positive future for himself. A fortuitous phone call and an epidural stimulator changed everything.
One of the end goals of brain computer interface research is to figure out how to make the robot feel like an extension of the body.
It’s Time To Move Beyond Access To Inclusion
It would be great if the governor or president would send in troops to confiscate the chin-high tables, take them out in the alley and chop them into pieces, like how they used to smash barrels of beer during prohibition.
For people with disabilities, Bluetooth has opened the doors to levels of independence that wouldn’t have been possible 10 years ago.
On the list of “terrible things about flying as a wheelchair user,” being referred to as “an ADA” by inconsiderate airline staff probably ranks somewhere between having your wheelchair damaged ...
Echo was my second service dog, a black-and-tan Doberman with a calm nature and a “diva” attitude. She went everywhere with me, and one evening joined me and ...
Readers responses to New Mobility’s May cover package, “Life in the Time of COVID-19,”from Newmobility.com.
In 2010, I was approached to write a column providing information about managing the health challenges that accompany SCI.
While the world grapples with COVID-19, Chanelle Wimbish works to help find a treatment for another devastating disease.