Finding adaptive archery helped Tracey Otto find herself again.
Dealing With Kind Offers – “Take Two”
By: Jeff Shannon
Editor’s Note: Last week’s blog post, I’ve Been Paralyzed Since I Was 3. Here’s Why Kindness Toward Disabled People Is More Complicate
“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.
MEET JAMES SHEPHERD – By Thea Flaum
You’ve probably heard of the Shepherd Center in Atlanta if you’ve been living with spinal cord injury for a while.
Saying Goodbye to the Baclofen Pump
Alex Ghenis, who lives with quadriplegia, shares his experience dealing with spasms after spinal cord injury.
Motocross after spinal cord injury
Danny Baird recently set a new record. He is the first person with quadriplegia to motocross, just four years after a dirt bike accident.
Toyota Robot Helps Army Ranger Paralyzed in Afghanistan
Romulo Camargo got a glimpse into the future when he was selected to test Toyota’s Human Support Robot in a three-day in-home trial.
Paralyzed Former Race Car Driver Takes Jay Leno on a Thrill Ride
Former professional racecar driver, Sam Schmidt took Jay Leno on a spin on a Nevada racetrack in his 2016 fully adapted Z06 Corvette.
Paralyzed Olympian walks down the aisle at his wedding
Former Olympic high jumper Jamie Nieto walked his new wife, Shevon Stoddart, down the aisle after a spinal cord injury.
Video: “Pushing Boundaries” after SCI
Rob Camm, who became quadriplegic in 2013, hasn’t let his spinal cord injury stop him from his dream of becoming lawyer.
An Eye-Opening Wheelchair Malfunction – by Ben Mattlin
One summer some years ago, my motorized wheelchair abruptly stopped working. The joystick that controlled it simply would not engage. The chair was de
A Wheel in Two Worlds – an article by Ben Mattlin
By Ben Mattlin My hands were in a cold sweat as I entered my wife’s third-grade classroom at a small private school in the San Fernando Valley.