I feel it must be said; my spinal cord injury doesn’t define me, it is a part of me, but it in no way defines who I am.
Films highlighting work by and about people with disabilities
It’s not often enough that movies convey how people with disabilities experience in the world, but when they do, it’s worth taking notice.
Disability Advocates Arrested Protesting Medicaid Cuts
Over 100 disability-rights advocates were arrested while protesting the newly abandoned proposal to overhaul the Affordable Care Act.
‘I feel like a second-class citizen’: readers on navigating cities with a disability
The Guardian, recently asked readers with a disabilities to share their experiences of accessing cities, good and bad.
How I navigate the NYC subway system in a wheelchair
David Choi exposes the challenges and physical barriers many wheelchair users face when using public transportation.
App Aims To Help Pedestrians With Disabilities Safely Cross Intersections In East Liberty, PA
Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University are hoping to help pedestrians with disabilities cross intersections more safely.
For those adapting to disabilities, sports put focus on what’s possible rather than what isn’t
Adaptive sports are more than just games. They play an essential role in the lives of many people with disabilities.
UMBC robotics student invents help for those with disabilities like hers
“I’m always asking how technology can help a person who has a disability become more independent,” said Kavita Krishnaswamy.
Seven Helpful Smart Home Devices for People With Disabilities
While the cutting-edge devices can come at a premium, the increase in independence and safety can be life-changing.