This is the first post of a five-part series on what repealing the ACA would mean for people with disabilities.
This table won’t just let us see the doctor and be weighed better. It will help us live healthier lives.
When obstacles to everyday living pop up, creative imagination devises gizmos, gadgets and gimplements.
Unable to move his fingers and with limited hand use, Dave Kott knew he needed adaptive shop tools to create his ideas. He and a friend developed simple adaptations to allow him to work more on his own.
The risk of bladder cancer for people with spinal cord injuries is 15 times higher than that of the general population, but there are ways to even the odds.
Summer is great, just not the mosquitoes that come with it. And if you have limited movement and dexterity, swatting those blood suckers away can be a long lasting pain … or itch.
Striving to remove barriers and advance equal rights and opportunity, Advocates for Individuals with Disabilities is on a mission to improve the lives of those [...]
Grit is all about being resilient. Failing and getting back up.
Murphy’s Law states that anything that can go wrong, will, and at the worst possible time. This dead chair situation certainly applies.
A self-defense instructor teaches techniques to Shepherd Center inpatients during a June 2015 class. Wheelchair users in the greater Atlanta area now have [...]