Blogs & Personalized Websites
Our mission is to motivate people confined to a wheelchair to become more productive in their personal and professional lives. This site tells the stories of people who, by being productive and active, have been able to enjoy their lives despite their physical disabilities.
Our mission is to help connect people with spinal cord injuries, with the world. Through media, entertainment, resources and finding answers to some questions by providing various forms of donated computer equipment. Contact us to learn more or to find out how you can help.
A blog about surviving, thriving, and being real with disability.
On Lifekludger you’ll find information about ideas, devices, methods and custom uses for ‘everyday stuff’ that could be used to adapt, build, kludge, hack or make things work for people living with disability, as well as links and opinion on useful existing devices. Always with a unique view.
T-7 paraplegic and canadian spokesmodel for the quickie wheelchair’s Q7. also an extreme sports athelete, skier, equestrian and scuba diver, ambassador for Parasport and the Canadian Paraplegic Association
Monica J. Foster is Chief Motivational Officer (CMO) of BUTTERFLYWHEEL(sm) Motivation Advocacy and Consulting. Known as the “Life Beyond Limits(tm) Coach, Speaker, Trainer & Writer” she uses her story of strength, courage and triumph to educate, entertain and encourage others to face their obstacles with success in mind. She avidly works with other people with disabilities in an effort to help them maximize their self-esteem, achieve greater independence and seek deeper intimate relationships.
Anna was born with a rare metabolic disorder called Maple Syrup Urine Disease, which can be cured by a liver transplant. Her mother blogs about their journey to the transplant.
A blog written by a Greg, person with quadriplegia, covering his experiences with his service dog, assistive technology, adapted hunting and his life using a power wheelchair for mobility.
After his injury in 1999 Greg returned to graduate school at the University of Pittsburgh to obtain his Masters in Rehabilitation Counseling with assistive technology certificate.
I have written three books about dealing with multiple sclerosis without drugs. I will send to anyone with MS that cannot afford to pay for them.
Ms. Wheelchair America 2010, Erika Bogan, shares her incredible story of survival, with hopes of making her tragedy, a triumph through the lives of others.