It’s time to CELEBRATE YOURSELF this holiday season! Be ready to make a statement when you arrive at your holiday party with my favorite FASHION-ABLE STYLES. These are my classic favorite looks, not only do they demand attention but are so SIMPLE, CHIC AND ADAPTIVE to any body shape.
We all know the benefits of stretching before a workout and performing everyday activities. Stretching is especially important for people who use wheelchairs.
Sassy, Single and 66! Changing Perceptions of What a Woman Her Age with a Disability, Can and Will Do!
Alana Wallace is a powerful woman. She is a successful, beautiful, talented, adventurous 66-year-old woman who is living life to its fullest in the city she loves – Chicago.
The Road to Motherhood for Women with Disabilities: Katie Chooses Foster Care…and Potential Heart Break
When you open your heart, giving your love freely to another that is in need. When you step forward and open your home to one In need of love, warmth, comfort and protection.
I received and wore GlideWear Women’s Skin Protection Shorts last weekend. As I wanted to wear a very simple jersey dress, it was a great opportunity to wear them and review the product.
Mathew Tilford wants to respectfully provide his perspective in a response to this author’s well intentioned article on her experience with her disabled boyfriend “I went off and managed to fall in love with a man who happens to be paralyzed.
Early October 2016, nine years after i suffered a Spinal Cord Injury I was invited to work with one of the leading rehabilitation centers. Rancho Los Amigos National Rehabilation Center in Downey, CA is evolving the standard of care for modern gait training and demonstrating the benefits of Indego walking device for use in therapy and at home.
Have you ever experienced attending a conference or large meeting where the carpet is thick for what feels like miles on end to a manual chair user? This can actually cause arm injury and feelings of frustration and overwhelming anxiety.
Convenience, style and practical ways to carry your stuff, hide your personals, protect your valuables and get you where you want to be.
It may sound counterintuitive, but a 2,000-pound animal can help you heal – spiritually, mentally, and physically. Referred to as “equine assisted therapy,” “hippotherapy,” “therapeutic riding,” or just plain “horse therapy,” the modality has been practiced since 1946.