So often we see people asking questions whether newly disabled and long term, wondering how they can earn some extra money either while on SSI or SSDI or without, where they can be flexible, work … Read the rest
“It was a straight downhill roll to the highway, and if I timed it right and gained enough speed, surely I could collide with a speeding semi-truck.”
Five years after the car accident that left … Read the rest
What happens when the “cheerleader” gets ill, that is, your caregiver can’t perform his/her duties due to illness? Difficult question and one I’m certain we have all dealt with at one time or another. I … Read the rest
No series on spinal cord injury would be complete without an article on depression. But there are many articles on depression, pick one, any one, and you can learn the signs and symptoms of depression. … Read the rest
The chronicles of my daily life as a disabled woman, modeling pictures, poetry, and a hefty dose of pure ridiculousness.
If you want to be captivated, shocked, amused, educated and pushed to your comfort levels, … Read the rest
Continuing the series on the EXQUISITE vitamins that work together to support the maintenance of our magnificent wheelchair bodies, let’s explore the benefits of Vitamin B. I don’t have an actual term for Vitamin B … Read the rest