Learn how to offer help to someone with a disability without feeling uncomfortable. How to politely approach someone with a disability in public and offer your assistance.
Shopping in a supermarket with a mobility cart can be stressful. Are shoppers with disabilities being short-changed by Tesco's Supermarket because they don't provide enough wheelchairs for customers?
My wheelchair has taught me how to meet new people, ask for help, be creative, enjoy my independence, and more! It gives me opportunities for new experiences every day.
This article is a glimpse into the realities of being disabled and having low-to-no income in modern society. Outlined are many of the struggles experienced by those who cannot afford to support themselves throughout disability.
Single-sided deafness, also known as unilateral hearing loss or being deaf in one ear, is often misunderstood or overlooked. Read more for advice and tips based on my experiences with this condition.
Activities that wheelchair users and people with disabilities can participate in to enjoy the outdoors including wheelchair hiking, hand cycling, accessible surfing, sled hockey, adaptive skiing.
I applied for Social Security Disability nearly two years ago and got approved for a court date. However, I was determined to continue pursuing it with the support of my husband, my prayer group, and, of course, God.
Hearing difficulties create many communication challenges for both the one who is hearing impaired and those who must speak with them. Here are my experiences and some solutions for both parties.
Your illness symptoms may be caused by your sensitivity to electromagnetic fields. Learn what electromagnetic field sensitivity is and how you can live with this affliction.
Awkward moments wheelchair users experience including strangers who stare and coworkers occupying the handicapped stall. Strategies to help mitigate and respond to the awkwardness.
Independent living is a much desired life-style for anyone living with a disability. Mobility devices such as canes, walkers, and rollators can provide such freedom.
Being different because of a physical limitation isn't always a bad thing. Sometimes it brings out courage we didn't know was there.
An explanation of what disability pride is and how people with disabilities can be proud of their disability, use it to their advantage, and help others through their difference.