NURSES ON WHEELS FIGHT BACK
In the second installment of our look at how wheelchair users are changing the medical field from the inside, Tim Gilmer shifts his focus from doctors to nurses. Despite facing many of the same barriers, stereotypes and blatant discrimination that wheelchair-using doctors encounter, a growing army of nurses on wheels is fighting the system and advocating for changes that will benefit everyone, with and without disabilities
SAY IT WITH A SMILE OR A FIST
How do you convey all the subtleties of nonverbal communication when you don’t have full use of your body? Brook McCall shares strategies for overcoming the obstacles.
THE ACCESSIBLE GALÁPAGOS
The islands and animals that inspired Charles Darwin can now inspire you, no matter your abilities. Max Woodbury reports on the spectacular sights, including tortoises — lots of tortoises.
Everyone agrees that #AbledsAreWeird. Thankfully Regan Linton has some advice on how to best handle annoying ABs.
DOES THE STING EVER GO AWAY?
Finding a silver lining amidst pain, unwanted health issues and society’s cruel eye is a lot for anyone to handle. Richard Holicky talks with wheelers to see how they cope with SCI.
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