For many years after my injury I would forget I was in a wheelchair, only to be reminded of it by my reflection in a storefront window.
The backstory of Drunk History's episode on disability rights told by our man in Hollywood, Allen Rucker.
"Adopting" Charlie, an orphan from Sierra Leone, gives Sheri joy and the opportunity to make a difference.
A pressure sore has unexpectedly thrown our editor into the world of flap surgery.
Have you hacked your wheelchair's footplate height? If so, we'd like to hear from you.
It surprised me that this man, a yoga instructor I had just met 15 minutes ago, with long hair, big muscles and tattoos all over his body, was not frightened by my disability and was so genuinely interested in working with me
Please ignore my GoFundMe request. I’m sorry you had to read this.
Improving accessibility and inclusivity of nature is crucial for us to be our best selves.
The Open Sesame! app makes it possible to use smart phones hands-free.
The movie Breathe reminded Sheri Denkensohn-Trott of her own experiences using a vent.