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
The obstacles many of us face with disabilities on a daily basis are challenging enough without having to constantly fight the uphill battle for basic medical supplies we need with insurance companies, durable medical suppliers, … Read the rest
Bosses that just don’t get it. Being disadvantaged for your disability and for being a woman, ugh. Someone else gets the promotion, even though you’re more qualified and have more experience. Struggling to get out … Read the rest
It’s been two and half years since my stroke, and my life is far from normal. I constantly strive for a life where I focus on the positive and not the negative. This may seem … 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
As a wheelchair user since I was an infant, I’ve developed numerous coping techniques, learned lessons for living life to the fullest, and realized over the years that sharing my experiences with others is one … Read the rest
Living a healthier lifestyle might seem like an insurmountable goal, however, large targets can be broken down into smaller steps.
Your desire to improve your health can be simplified into easy, achievable, and less … Read the rest