How to get a good night’s sleep with a spinal cord injury A good night’s sleep and spinal cord injury… I’ve heard the horror stories.
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Back in November 2019, I arrived early to an event and was grateful to find an accessible parking place. Unfortunately, when I returned several hours
Have you ever heard the term “visitability”? If not, let’s learn something new! Whether or not you have a disability, you should consider if your
Over the past few years I have heard a new-to-me word used by people in the disability community: ableism. Another –ism? I understand racism. And
I’m always looking for new and accessible activities in Louisville, Kentucky. And that’s how I stumbled upon the Mary M. Miller and a cruise on
This video was never intended to be seen. I was simply testing out a new camera. And then things in the kitchen went… well, not
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This week I took time to look at 2021 in review. How did I spend my time during the past twelve months? It turns out
In 2018, I wrote about the adaptive jeans by Universal Thread™. They were nice. But I had to modify the snap. The jeans were a
Working after a spinal cord injury may seem overwhelming. But you have finished up rehab or completed schooling, and you’re ready to go to work.
In my article How to Choose a Perfect Power Chair, I outlined my steps to look for…well, a perfect power wheelchair. In January 2021, it