I am so used to using iLevel in my daily life that I would definitely feel the impact of not having it. In fact, I
I have worked at the U.S. Capitol and at the Nevada State Capitol, although I have never worked inside Wyoming’s Capitol. Growing up in Wyoming,
Have a plan. It means knowing what you want to do and how you are going to do it. It’s always easier said than done.
In part two of this blog, here are some more ways you can make the world a better place for individuals who use power wheelchairs
I’ve been doing some thinking and I realized that many people don’t understand the challenges people in wheelchairs face. Sometimes, all it takes is an
Now that 2020 is almost in the rearview mirror, I’m allowing myself to look ahead and think about my hopes for what 2021 might bring.
To say that 2020 has been a whirlwind is an understatement. COVID-19 has taken the year 2020 and turned it upside down. COVID-19 has brought
I am a native New Yorker. Every year, when it starts to get cold, I follow the birds and migrate south for the winter. The
When we talk about accessibility in the United States, we often talk about the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), and if we are lucky, the
I have to admit I was a bit saddened by the thought that the pandemic could mean this summer might pass by without any chances
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Everyone has their sense of style. Adaptive clothing can mean almost anything. What works for one person may not work for another. My clothes are