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See the latest articles on topics related to someone using a wheelchair.
What does accessible travel look like in a Covid-19 world for people with disabilities? Wheelchair users and travel experts make some sense out of the new hurtles and realities of traveling.
Studying abroad is an exciting option that is more viable than ever for wheelchair users, thanks to an array of scholarships and programs.
Switching from a manual to a power wheelchair is a nonstarter for many wheelers, but it can be the best — or the only — move.
From the Sofa to the Workforce: Can a Diversity Employment Nonprofit Learn to Include Wheelchair Users?
Shawnique is pushing through health setbacks to make her first million dollars and help others reach financial self-sufficiency.
In the fight against the machine, we have more technology options than ever to help us win the battles.
I’ve written and edited numerous stories dealing with disasters. None of that prepared me for seeing the valley to the southwest glowing with flame.
The first “Future of Work” event on Oct. 29 will focus on highlighting solutions that solve barriers to work and workplace complications.
Neuralink is preparing to begin trials with SCI users.
Three SCI community leaders were awarded the $1 million Nielsen Visionary prize.
New YouTube show, "Cooking in a Wheelchair," features "low-effort" meals.
Here comes autonomic dysreflexia. You know that feeling … for me it’s a little bit of metal in the mouth, a little bit of tingling on the back of your head … its AD on its way.
The hit Netflix series "Away" showcases authentic wheelchair users and experiences.
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I attended a crowded Friday evening event on the fourth floor of a newly-remodeled, century-old building. On the way up, it felt novel to be ...
Here is what I did to prepare, how things actually went and what I learned from being forced to travel during the pandemic.
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Finding ways to stay sane is more important than ever, and to my surprise, I’m finding solace in my nightly writing.