New Mobility Magazine
See the latest articles on topics related to someone using a wheelchair.
From Wyoming with Love
What started out as a simply inquiry about a potential profile developed into a beautiful correspondence between two longtime wheelchair users about life on the ranch.
The Strange World of Paralysis at Night
Wheelers talk about how they see their disabilities in their dreams.
Affordable Accessible Travel to Germany and Austria
Ideas, resources and tactics to help you plan the international trip of your dreams without breaking the bank.
Get Off Your Duff: Political Volunteering With a Disability
There’s more to politics than knocking on doors and posting on social media.
Volunteer/Athlete Extraordinaire Cruz Gutierrez
A chance encounter introduced him to adaptive sports, and it proved to be the key to his discovering how to embrace life after injury.
Mine, All Mine
Our adventure started when our wives went down into an abandoned mine on a tour. We were told it wasn’t wheelchair accessible.
Crip Generation Gap
When you played with your favorite childhood dolls, did you ever wish those dolls were crippled like you?
Janne Kouri’s ‘Ride for Paralysis’
After over 2,900 miles and 66 days riding across America in his power wheelchair and electric trike, Kouri's ride ends in Washington, D.C.
Trump’s Lethal Shell Game: Will Pre-Existing Conditions Coverage Vanish?
Where would that leave those of us with chronic disabilities?
NCIL Starts Campaign Training for Disabled Candidates
Series to offer political campaign skills with a disability focus
Taking Up Space
I traverse the world in a large, clunky, heavy power chair. It’s big, and together we take up a lot of space.
Why I Was Wrong About Dr. Phil’s Caregiver Episode
Dr. Phil's Caregiver episode was about codependence, and not negative toward interabled relationships.
3D Printed Implants May Offer a Unique Approach for Treating Spinal Cord Injury
3D printed implants may provide the necessary scaffolding for stem cells to treat a spinal cord injury.