Catheters, ostomy equipment, even straws add up to a lot of garbage. Read how its being minimized.
When you can’t make the world accessible, adapting equipment is your best bet to maintain your personal patch of earth.
We knew we’d have to make some changes, but didn’t have the money for a professional remodel. DIY to the rescue.
Not only is cooking a meal for your family satisfying, but it may be easier than you think.
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Spring is almost here and there’s no better time to start planning and planting your dream garden. Whether indoors, outdoors or upside down — flowers, foliage or food-focused — the options are plentiful.
Our cover story is about accessible gardening and its many benefits. I’d like to tell you about how my wife’s and my gardening experience enriched our lives and prepared us for making a leap we never even considered until it happened.
In this column, I’ll be looking at a different DIY project or “gear hack” for wheelchair users.
Converting a bus to an accessible home on wheels.
Q. I have owned a home located on a steep hill, but changes caused by my quadriplegia now make it more difficult for me to travel locally. The steep grade on nearby streets and sidewalks also makes it dangerous to travel in my wheelchair. I want to move to more level ground.