There are so many wheely awesome things in the world, where to begin? In our Fourth Column, we will be profiling some of the best things we can find for wheelchair-users: – the products, places, and things that you will not want to miss! So get ready to be healthier, safer, and to add new ideas to your wish list and vision boards!
There are so many amazing sights to see in the world, but without responsible tourism, they may not be around…
So, a loving relationship is based first on mutual respect. After that, I would add admiration, then sexual attraction. For long-term success, sprinkle in a little kindness, compassion, and forgiveness.
Thesis By Timothy V. Cox Excerpted with Permission exclusively for PUSHLiving.com It has been a very personal journey to research and write this…
It is indeed a rare thing to see a model who does diversity in a way we may not be used to experiencing in the fashion and editorial genres. It is time, that “diversity” includes those who have varying physical differences…not only those of color, ethnicity and size. This shoot takes this concept on in such a palatably stunning and fresh way with photographer Anneli Nygards. The shoot was produced by the stock image site PhotoAbility.net, to increase the number of these types of images available to the tourism industry, publications, and companies who wish to market to all.
We, as a community of people with disabilities, have a great deal power when we unify. If we all worked together to build the success of our community members, this success builds on itself, and the money and power that comes with it strengthens us all.
How can we begin to support this type of community empowerment, which has already been done successfully by groups such as the Gay Alliance, The Rainbow Coalition, the NAACP, and the Jewish Federation?
Please heed our warning and learn from our shared experience and monitor and do not create undue strain and disk degeneration or herniation on your cervical or lumbar spine. Take the best care of the body you have been given post injury and preserve your quality of life for as long as possible.
So what is the uproar all about? The article accompanying the photoshoot is an interview with the 18-year-old, and she is clearly more in charge of her decisions than many give her credit, yet, should she be accountable for not understanding how so many in the wheelchair using community feel about her using this “prop” for a gimmick?
Spinal Cord Injury Awareness Month Video montage brought to you by PhotoAbility Disability Inclusive Stock Image Library. PhotoAbility is working…
This type of inclusive disability imagery is an absolute must for all businesses and facilities. To market themselves as “disability friendly” will not only create a positive environment but also generate new and much-needed revenues through the clients they would normally miss.