My first priority was to regain the range of motion I had lost in my arms and shoulders, critical for transferring and wheeling.
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.
Tim Gilmer interviews Dr. Wise Young.
Smart technologies combined with artificial intelligence and advanced robotics are changing everything we know about mobility devices.
Everything we knew about rehab and research is being turned on its head.
Disability is more visible than ever, and our most celebrated representatives are insisting on authentic portrayals, genuine athletic achievement and true political equity.
The last thing we want is to relive the rise of ridesharing companies, when people with disabilities were left sitting on the curb. This time around, as autonomous vehicles emerge, we’re at the table.
Finding the perfect home that you can afford in an enticingly-accessible neighborhood that you absolutely adore shouldn’t be this hard. How can we get our own piece of the American dream?
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.
Tourists come from all over to soak up majestic red rock hills and stunning sunsets, but there is much to recommend in terms of access.