Planning a trip can be an intimidating but exhilarating decision — especially for someone in a wheelchair.
“Live Boldly! Live Well! Just Live!” shout the ads for the tear-jerking melodrama “Me Before You,” which can be seen as invitation to suicide.
Being a parent is tough. Being a mother who can’t move her arms and legs seems insurmountable.
Spinal cord injuries are now occurring later in life. The average age at injury is now 42.6 years. Here's how one senior couple is coping.
A summary of suggestions from the National Caregivers Library on family caregiving after spinal cord injury.
As you know, navigating the world in a wheelchair means you will inevitably encounter a lot of well-meaning, but annoying behaviors.
"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.
One way or another, wheelchairs are a fascinating perch for observers of human nature -- insightful wheelchair psychology from our Jeff Shannon.
Jeff Shannon, disability rights writer and FacingDisability.com contributor, argues that the lack of rehab amounts to "criminal neglect."
The 2012 Paralympics in London drew the largest crowds ever recorded for Paralympic events.
Ever since the “Chicago Tribune” featured a story on our ground-breaking website, our inboxes have been flooded with congratulatory emails.