Intrepid wheelers are figuring out how to take back the streets by turning e-scooters into their own adaptive mobility devices.
One of the benefits of being the editor is getting to talk with fascinating people from all corners of the wheelchair-using spectrum.
As kids, hearing, “Supper’s ready!” was music to our ears. As adults with disabilities, the thought of pulling together a healthy dinner each night is much less harmonious.
This month's topics include TED hose with waist band and fashion tips.
College is a time for experimenting, right? I had always wondered, so I thought that I would give it a try.
"Sal's. Best ramp in the city."
Video Motivation. DIY Ramps. RIP Wheelchair Junkie. A Pricey Ride.
There are a lot of good reasons to do so.
Even when I do see crippled characters in movies and on TV shows, they still don’t look anything like me.
It just got a whole lot easier to enjoy the great outdoors with the launch of Bay Area Outreach and Recreation Program‘s new website.