It all started with the enacting of a law, the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990. First, we had to force our entry into businesses with regulations that allowed us to even begin to … Read the rest
Lilly Longshore has done much in her 57 years, 17 of which have been on wheels. After a long and successful career as a Waste Water Environmental Engineer, she is now retired and returning to … Read the rest
One of the first things we tend do in the morning is head to the computer to check emails, read the news, browse social media, etc. Many of these tasks are automatic, as we push … Read the rest
When I was a young mother living in South Florida, I loved to go with my little girls to the Homestead Miami farmlands to pick fresh strawberries.
This was very reminiscent of … Read the rest
Esma is a self-described “Arab American from Brooklyn.” A passionate, determined, and beautiful woman and business owner from New … Read the rest
Sports Activist and Retired Paralympian Allison Compton Successfully Advocated for Adaptive Athletes to Ride in the Award-Winning Stationary Cycling Fundraiser Benefiting Cancer Charities
LOS ANGELES, Calif., April 25, 2019 – For the first time, the … Read the rest
“I did not wish to live what was not life, living is so dear; nor did I wish to practise resignation, unless it was quite … Read the rest
A new concept is pushing the boundaries of wheelchair accessible lifestyle in the home and literally taking it to another level.
Home elevators are not new and have been around for a few years. They … Read the rest
Susan, a wheelchair user, wants to go to this concert with her date. Ticketmaster would not allow her to buy … Read the rest
‘No, Really.’ is a humor-with-heart comic strip series on PUSHLiving.com by artist/disability advocate Jennifer Latham Robinson about life with a disability.
I tend to simultaneously deal with the struggle in two ways: to really dive into … Read the rest