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.
When my parents offered me a copy of NM, the last thing in the world I wanted was to read about spinal cord injury.
It’s easier than ever for potential customers to pair themselves with the best accessories and features.
We knew we’d have to make some changes, but didn’t have the money for a professional remodel. DIY to the rescue.
Two big things are happening in this issue: We honor retiring editor Tim Gilmer and his legacy, and we officially welcome Ian Ruder to the editor’s seat.
Prolonged stress wreaks havoc on our body, often exacerbating other disability-related health conditions.
With all three of her kids grown up, Karen Roy doesn't lack for things to do, She travels for her job with Numotion, serves as a board member for the Brain Injury Association of Louisiana, and is the reigning Ms. Wheelchair Louisiana.
“Improved voluntary hand function occurred within a single session in every subject tested." That’s the killer sentence from a new study soon to be published.
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.
“Tip a toast to Tim, and keep his voice alive.”