A photo montage from the memorial service of Jeff Shannon, whose true, honest and beautifully written posts have been featured on FacingDisability.com
Remembering Jeff Shannon 1961-2013
Jeff Shannon, whose true, honest and beautifully written posts for the “From Where I’m Sitting…” Blog have been featured on FacingDisability.c
Giving Thanks – In Memoriam
A brilliant Thanksgiving essay by Jeff Shannon, a veteran writer on disability issues, and a regular contributor to FacingDisability.com
Parents on Call – a reprint in honor of Father’s Day
A thoughtful, provocative and honest reflection on his father by Jeff Shannon, a veteran writer and frequent contributor to FacingDisability.com
From Manual to Motorized: When It’s Time to Change Wheelchairs
Jeff Shannon's thoughtful commentary on his struggle with the motorized vs. manual wheelchair issue.
Adventures In Caregiving (Pt. 2): Parents on Call
Jeff Shannon, prominent writer on disability issues and frequent contributor to FacingDisability.com, tackles the subject of parents as caregivers.
Adventures In Caregiving – Part One
Caregivers – can’t live with ‘em, can’t live without ‘em. Disability rights writer, Jeff Shannon, dives into the thorny issue of caregiving
Finding Plan B
"Concentrate on things your disability doesn’t prevent you doing well, and don’t regret the things you can't" -- says our blogger, Jeff Shannon.
Happiness is a Choice
There’s no way to avoid the blunt, honest truth: Paralysis from a spinal cord injury is a great personal tragedy. Words of wisdom from Jeff Shannon.
The Sympathy Smile
One way or another, wheelchairs are a fascinating perch for observers of human nature -- insightful wheelchair psychology from our Jeff Shannon.
Did You REALLY Get Enough Rehab?
Jeff Shannon, disability rights writer and FacingDisability.com contributor, argues that the lack of rehab amounts to "criminal neglect."
The Question of Cure: Does It Matter?
A provocative look at the issue of "waiting for a cure," by our blogger, Jeff Shannon.