Excerpts from three of Tim Gilmer's many profiles of well-known wheelers.
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.
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.
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.
Recovering from flap surgery, Tim Gilmer seeks to complete his healing with a wine country reunion
Eric Howk just won a Grammy. His band, Portugal. The Man, has two of the biggest hits of the year. And he is living his dream touring the world and playing guitar. Ian Ruder sat down with Howk to find out what it’s like being one of the most visible wheelchair-using musicians in the world, what life is like on the road and what went on behind the scenes at the Grammys.
A father’s broken leg provided a unique opportunity to spend time together as wheelchair users.
There are so many frustrations, if we’re not ready to take those with a little bit of humor and some flexibility, we’re going to be screwed.
Aspiring sports photographer Diane Ketelsen was studying fashion design when she took a photography class, and it changed her direction. “I fell in love with the photographic image and I knew it was something I wanted to get into,” she says.
HolLynn D’Lil was one of hundreds who participated in the historic demonstrations to get one of the earliest disability rights regulations signed. Now D’Lil has gathered up her memorabilia and self-published it.