Surviving major surgery — or anything, really — is easier with hope and gratefulness.
“Don’t Worry, He Won’t Get Far on Foot” is well worth seeing.
Excerpts from three of Tim Gilmer's many profiles of well-known wheelers.
How can such a small column have such a large impact? Perhaps because Tim Gilmer's formula is one part heart, one part soul, and two parts authenticity.
If I have learned anything over the past 70 years, 50 of them as a wheelchair user, it is that what brings happiness changes with the seasons of your life.
I’ve been sentenced to a six-month journey with a stage IV ischial pressure sore, but I don’t want to do the time.
Recovering from flap surgery, Tim Gilmer seeks to complete his healing with a wine country reunion
In 2000, I faced a life decision: whether to continue teaching or accept the editorship of New Mobility magazine.
Six months after flap surgery, my journey toward a new day is almost realized.
I have found these past 17 years that four things tend to make life worthwhile and enjoyable — close relationships, being part of a larger community, fighting the good fight and keeping a sense of humor.