Thinking if I wanted plants, it would be just one more thing I would need to ask a caregiver to assist me with. Surely, gardening was not for quadriplegics.
My wife and I are building our own accessible home, and we finally have something to show for all the money we’re spending.
It sometimes takes a village of humans and gadgets combined to ensure different levels of independence in our homes and lives.
The United Cerebral Palsy Foundation’s miniseries, “Accessibility is Beautiful,” explores architect-designed homes that showcase universal design.
Accessible house hunting is hard. These 9 tips make it easier.
Adaptive products and adaptive lifestyles go hand in hand. Our annual Consumer Guide shows you the tech — and the techniques — for living fully on wheels.
What you need to live on the road.
Reviews of the latest from Nest and Ring.
Finding the perfect home that you can afford in an enticingly-accessible neighborhood that you absolutely adore shouldn’t be this hard. How can we get our own piece of the American dream?
Since becoming a quadriplegic in 1986, I always wondered if I would float or sink, and could I swim?