The disability community lost one of its best when longtime activist Marca Bristo passed. Looking back at what made her so powerful.
Ali Ingersoll went to China because she feared a cyst would destroy her quality of life. She shares the good, the bad and the weird that came from her sojourn abroad.
Stefan Henry lives a dual life that Tony Stark would envy: CEO of an assistive device company by day, designer/inventor by night.
In the past five years Manu Heras has hitchhiked, “frontpacked” and van-camped through all the continents except Antarctica.
Living life with a disability almost inevitably involves a delicate, and often frustrating, dance with the rest of society’s (mis)conceptions of inspiration.
A look into the fine line speakers with disabilities must roll to deliver their messages and not be seen as inspirational for the wrong reasons.
Ability-wise they may be an odd couple but they are transforming the resources available to people with SCI in Northern CA.
Sarah Foley wants to ignite other women wheelchair users with an undeniable glow of healing, self-acceptance and friendship.
Smith passed late last year, but his eloquent writing keeps him with us. We’ve collected a sample as a tribute.
Because of her openminded attitude, Burnett is a member of the U.S. Para-Badminton team, spokesmodel for Permobil and a runway model.