He Admired Her ‘Grit and Grace.’ She Was Struck by His Kindness.

Ms. Scalesse and Mr. Nguyen were married June 2 at Rule of Thirds, a Japanese restaurant and event space in Brooklyn, in front of 181 guests.

Sep 5, 2023
New Research Finds Natural Blood Clot Prevention in Humans with Spinal Cord Injury

Bears in hibernation as well as people with SCI spend months or even years lying almost motionless.

May 4, 2023
“Quadriplegia” or “Tetraplegia”

Actually, there isn’t any difference in meaning. Both words apply to paralysis of all four limbs. And both terms are used interchangeably.

Oct 2, 2019
Utilizing the Power of Sport to Change Perception of Disability

Nearly a decade ago I became a member of the disability community, a community that at the time I knew nothing about.

Nov 27, 2017
Technology has changed our world, but hasn’t done enough for people with disabilities

That quest for mobility has been with me my entire adult life.

Nov 23, 2017
The Athlete in Me Won’t Stop

My sports-toned and -nurtured legs hadn’t responded to rehab the way they’d been expected to because they couldn’t.

Oct 20, 2017
Doctors with disabilities – are they the answer?

Even with the enactment of the ADA, people with disabilities still don’t have equal access to accessible healthcare.

Aug 11, 2017
8-Year-Old Boy Raises Money to Buy His Best Friend a New Wheelchair

While others often focus on Kamden’s wheelchair and disability, Paul never acted like Kamden was different.

Aug 1, 2017
With the Flip of a Switch, a Wisconsin Man’s Legs Reawaken after Years of Paralysis

Mayo Clinic researchers combine intense therapy with an electronic stimulator surgically implanted on a patient’s damaged spinal cord.

Jul 26, 2017 Unveils Redesigned Website

After 19 months in development, is proud and relieved to announce that we have just reinvented our website. It has a cleaner

May 9, 2017

“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.

Jun 3, 2016
Commentary: ‘Me Before You’ perpetuates idea that the disabled should consider suicide

"Some people with disabilities have already begun to protest the new movie, "Me Before You," which opens Friday in the U.S."

Jun 2, 2016