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  • Mental Struggles as a Parent Who Uses a Wheelchair | Not being able to run after my children isn't the only concern I have about parenting from a wheelchair. Will my kids get picked on because their dad uses a wheelchair?

    The hardest part of being a physically disabled parent isn’t physical at all. There is a constant mental struggle that I have gone through for years thinking I can never be as good as another father because of my physical limitations and it sucks. I can’t chase my kids running through the yard. I can’t […]

  • EasyStand Glider at Beyond the Chair San Antonio, TX

    Joanna A. for the first time tried the EasyStand Glider and absolutely loved it! Who wouldn’t? Joanna being a T12 complete injury loves to be up, standing and moving around as much as she can while she is here at Beyond the Chair. Joanna suffered her injury in February 2014 due to a car accident and has […]

  • Grey Hairs and Bounce Houses

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  • 5 Things a Quadriplegic Gives Thanks to On Thanksgiving

    On this Thanksgiving, there are many things I’m thankful for. Being paralyzed from the chest down does not mean you can’t find joy in life. I met a wonderful man this year, I have a great job that is incredibly fulfilling and despite the whole “not walking” thing and being paralyzed (which is really really […]

  • Paul at Beyond the Chair in the EasyStand Glider

    Here at Beyond the Chair we serve individuals of all ages, all level of spinal cord injuries, and other neurological disabilities. We serve many individuals in the community including Veterans, Wounded Warriors, and Victims of Violent Crimes. Paul C. is one of our younger clients here at BTC. He was a victim of a violent crime, […]

  • complex rehab technology wheelchair accessories legislation

    We all have much to be thankful for… and we know it can be taken away in the blink of an eye. Taken away is what is going to happen in January of 2016 to those who rely on complex rehab technology (CRT) wheelchair accessories. The Center for Medicare and Medicaid Service (CMS), in their […]

  • Approaching Someone with a Disability

    How do you treat someone with a disability? A lot of people are unsure of how to handle this situation in public settings. It’s really not hard people. Treat them like you’d want to be treated. We’re not freaks of nature. We can hear when you talk about us instead of to us. We can […]

  • Dogs don't see wheelchairs

    It gets tiring being judged for this wheelchair I’m hauling ass in. But when you’re in a society where being disabled is the minority, it’s bound to happen. Humans are more comfortable being around what’s “normal” (well most are this way). When you fail to fall into their “norm,” you make them uncomfortable, hence being […]