The Disability Film Challenge is a 48 Hour short film competition that has been established in association with prestigious organizations such as the Media Access Awards and the HollyShorts Film Festival. It is a competition … Read the rest
Hard of hearing or vision-impaired? A wheelchair user or slow walker? Fibromyalgia, MS or spinal-cord injury? None of these should stop you from experiencing the joy and benefits … Read the rest
Last year Medicare published a rule (CMS Rule 1614-F) that will place cuts on complex rehab accessories and seating. PUSHLiving.com and other advocacy groups throughout the country are sharing this information on social media as a way to … Read the rest
Teal Sherer: My Gimpy Life + 2 , Husband and baby now starring!
First and foremost…How is the baby?!
River is great. I can’t believe he’s already 9 months old! He’s crawling, pulling up on … Read the rest
When you live life on wheels, you learn lots of tips and tricks to make things work for you. Pushing your chair around all day? Better wear gloves or have a good moisturizer. Need a … Read the rest
In the wake of the earthquake in Nepal, people with disabilities who were victims of the disaster cannot be forgotten. We must also remember that many people affected may now be newly disabled due to … Read the rest
Deborah Davis is proof that a wheelchair and international home exchange are, in fact, compatible!
Deborah has successfully exchanged her handicapped accessible home near Fort Lauderdale, Florida not once, but three times. She has swapped … Read the rest
“No amount of smiling at a flight of stairs has ever made it turn into a ramp”: We need programs that follow the late…
“Attitude is everything.” Or so claims Attitude, a new … Read the rest
Teal Sherer grew up in Knoxville Tennessee. When she was 14 years of age she with three of her school friends were on their way to a Labor Day fireworks show when they were involved … Read the rest