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  • The Power of Words

    Every single time someone called me “pretty” growing up, I cringed. As an adult, it’s taken some time and an acknowledgement of ugly days, but I can accept the compliment. I can feel pretty, and that, as a woman and as a woman with a disability is quite the achievement. I already tapped into the […]

  • Dealing with Ignorance About Our Marriage

    Being married to a paraplegic is no different than being married to anyone else. There are small details that are different. We can’t pack up at the last minute and drive off into the sunset without a second thought to planning. We’re also parents, so we couldn’t do that either way. It takes longer to […]

  • Nest Thermostat

    A lot of things happen to your body after a spinal cord injury, but one of the most annoying is your body’s inability to regulate its temperature. You go from hot and cold like a woman going through menopause and there’s not much you can do about it. Layers, space heaters, fans that spray water, […]

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  • sarah

    If you’re born an able-bodied girl, when you dream about yourself as a bride the last thing you picture is needing to use a wheelchair. This is a reality many women have to face, including Sara Harvey, former Ms. Wheelchair USA of Wheeling, West Virginia. Sara however did not let her wheelchair diminish her dream […]

  • New Redesigned EasyStand Bantam Small and Extra Small

    We have updated and redesigned the EasyStand Bantam extra small and small pediatric standing frames and also introduced new options and accessories. We have combined the best of the Bantam medium and the Zing product line to create the most advanced pediatric sit-to-stand standing frame on the market today.

  • Married to Cancer, Part 2

    After the news that Jessie had beaten her melanoma I figured nothing else could ever happen. Our lives were too perfect, too perfect is apparently a bad thing. Things were good. What more can you ask for than two beautiful children and a healthy wife? We were trying for that baby, but if it didn’t […]

  • The Best Part of Parenting

    What is more amazing than seeing your child succeed at something for the first time? Last night we watched as our soon to be one year old daughter, Olivia, clung to our bed and took her very first steps. The meaning and purpose of my life were wrapped up in those precious 5 seconds of […]

  • Young Adulthood as a Person with Disabilities

    The programs you’re enrolled in, and the services your family takes advantage of are going to come to an end. Unfortunately, not all programs should or can transition into adulthood. You will have to find some new services that cater to adults around 18 to 25 years old, generally. This can include but is not […]