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
“Work hard and play harder” was my general life motto before my injury in 2010 leaving me a C6 quadriplegic.
I have always been full of life, managed to laugh uncontrollably even while stuck in … Read the rest
When I broke my neck at 18, I quickly realized the world was not as accessible as I perceived it to be on two feet. I will be the first to admit my ignorance of … Read the rest
Once again I’m about to piss off some people. Are all disabilities equal? No. Sorry, that’s just not the case. I’m not taking away from the seriousness of everyone’s ailment. However, don’t come up to … Read the rest
Rachelle Freidman strips down and shows the world that being defined as any number of labels: “paralyzed,” “disabled,” “handicapped,” “crippled,” or “broken” does not mean we no longer feel sexual, desire sex and intimacy or, … Read the rest
Question: I am a T3 Complete. My accident happened a year ago. I am continuing on my journey to become independent. The next goal I have is to be able to perform intermittent catheterization from my … Read the rest