A spinal cord injury (SCI) is so much more than not walking. These articles share what I’ve learned about life with SCI: maintaining physical and emotional health, fashion in a seated position, My Favorite Things, and life hacks for living with a disability.
Emily is Flying High at AcroYoga
AcroYoga can be adapted? Yep. Emily Shryock is one of those amazing people I met when I started playing wheelchair rugby. In this BardCare article,
Accessibility Features on the iPhone You Need to Know
I discovered several accessibility features on the iPhone that helped me a lot. But when my iPhone 5s starting getting glitchy on me, I held
What Do You See When You See Me?
The Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation is currently undertaking an Instagram campaign to combat the stigmas and misperceptions of what it means to live with
My New Favorite Bra is Made by True & Co.
Ever since my injury I’ve worn front closure bras. As a quad with limited hand function, these were my go-to for ease and function. But
The Uncomfortable Truth about Sexuality and Disability
In January I attended a conference for work. After dinner we were chatting and getting to know each other as we made our way back
7 Myths and Misconceptions about Spinal Cord Injury
Oh, the myths and misconceptions about spinal cord injury. There’s nothing worse than hearing “You don’t have enough faith” or “Just work harder.” After decades
My Favorite Things: E-Wand Mini-Blinds Starter Set (Video)
The E-Wand is a device that attaches to your mini-blinds. It allows you to open and close mini-blinds, as well Venecian and horizontal blinds, with
How to Intentionally Build Community
Many people with SCI have experienced loss of relationships after their injury. Friends, family, teammates, spouses. Why do these relationships end? That’s an article for
Joy Ley: An Unexpected Free Adventure in the Heart of Louisville
Sharing an enjoyable, local, free adventure with a friend always makes for a great day. Add in great food, handmade candy and wheelchair accessibility –
How I Find, Hire and Keep a Great Care Attendant
Early on in my injury, I didn’t want a personal care attendant. It was horrifying enough to have my mom and grandma help me with
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