Complex Rehab Technology: Battle Won, Fight Rages On. This Wheelchair is Equipped With Adapted Nerf Guns. Extreme Sports, Extreme Passion. Bully Pulpit: The Secret Amtrak Fare. A Squeaky Wheel Guide to Local Advocacy.
Sex, Wheels and Relationships: Self-Image and Intimacy. Sanders Unveils the Most Comprehensive Disability Plan to Date. Game-Changing Products for Wheelchair Users. Daily Dilemmas: How to Handle 'The Handshake.' Off-the-Path Parks We Think You'll Love.
Why do some wheelers seek dangerous pastimes or extreme forms of recreation? Find out what makes them tick.
On December 20, H.R. 1865 was signed into law. Tucked into the legislation was language that will have a much longer-lasting impact for a large number of wheelchair users.
Democratic candidates like Sanders are actively courting the disability vote.
Segway's Egg-Shaped 'Wheelchair.' Our ADA Coverage: The Early Years. You Are Not Alone: My Quadriplegic Employment Journey. What Caregivers Care About. Nutrition: Final Food for Thought.
New Mobility's Person of the Year: Architect Karen Braitmayer. New Year, New Start. Adaptive Technology: Todd Against the Machine. Judy Heumann: Big Ideas in Building Community. Entering the Adapted Hobby Zone.
Architect, businesswoman and policy-shaper Karen Braitmayer has excelled at making accessibility cool since before the ADA even existed. Braitmayer’s commitment to elevating the discussion around architecture and access transcends professional boundaries: For her, it’s personal.
Refusing to Die: The Chris Dunn Story. Guinness World Record for Most Power Wheelchair Spins in One Minute. How to Compare (and NOT Compare) Your SCI to Others. Reclaiming Your Fashion Sense. Possible Side Effects of Long-Term Spinal Cord Injury.
Geek Media Editor Jill Pantozzi: From the Margins to Mainstream. Beyond Campaign Slogans to True Inclusion? Getting a Good Night's Sleep. Better Living Through Vitamins. The Half-Roll: Advice on How Not to Go Kayaking.