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.
For more than 15 years, Bill Miller’s IKAN Bowler has reinvigorated the sport of bowling for high quads all over the world.
United Spinal and advocates gathered to ensure people living with SCI/D have a seat at the table in shaping disability policies.
Everybody told Kirk Williams he was crazy to drive to Baja California and live and work out of his converted van. Luckily, he didn’t listen.
In his basement workshop, Christian Bagg designed an off-road mountain trike that offers functionality and fun unlike anything we’ve seen before.
Smith passed late last year, but his eloquent writing keeps him with us. We’ve collected a sample as a tribute.
Four of the advocates planning to attend this year’s Roll share what they hope to accomplish at United Spinal’s annual signature event.