More than 33 million people in the United States are gamers with disabilities. That number grows every year. Once considered frivolous, video games have become an important part of modern culture. Decades ago, no one could have foreseen the video game craze — or the impact it would have on the lives of players with disabilities.
When our family travels, we prefer driving to flying. Driving, in our wheelchair-accessible minivan, is simply easier. I have Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease (CMT) and use a large, bulky electric wheelchair. If traveling by air, I forgo my independence and take a smaller manual wheelchair.
MDI offers disabled visitors to the Emerald Isle accessible and affordable transportation and lodging
For someone with a mobility problem, social situations can be nice — or nightmares
Peek into the inner workings of a disabled person's mind contemplating various extracurricular activities. There are so many considerations to be taken under advisement.
Author Kristal Hardin
Otherwise, the consequences may range from slightly humorous to somewhat humiliating to ultimately disastrous.
The federal government’s airport security agency is offering a toll-free help line to assist commercial air travelers with disabilities and medical conditions
The U.S. Transportation Security Administration (TSA) recently launched a new program designed to help people with disabilities and medical conditions fly on commercial airlines with a minimum of hassle.
TSA is the arm of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, and is best known for its uniformed officers who staff security checkpoints at airports and inspect travelers, their baggage and...
Buy new, rent or fix up a used motor home or trailer, then take your accessibility with you on vacation
Correction: An earlier version of this article had the incorrect website and phone number for Bridgeview Manufacturing. The story was revised to reflect the correct information.
Barbara Graztke loves to vacation and enjoys traveling six to eight months out of every year. But she finds hotels uncomfortable and doesn’t like to fly. She visits family and friends across the country, but is unable to...
Wheelchair users can visit the home of Big Ben with confidence
The prospect of traveling in a wheelchair to London, a city steeped with history dating back to the Romans, filled me with trepidation.
Visions of cobblestone streets, buildings without elevators, and entryways with massive stairways had my heart racing with anxiety as I planned our first trip to London.