The Benefits of Wheelchair Dancing

The Benefits of Wheelchair Dancing

Dancing has many benefits, both physical and psychological. It helps individuals to keep active, controls functions such as cholesterol, channels energy & emotion, strengthens the heart, and it's also a great natural antidote against osteoporosis and stress. In other words, dancing can help us to keep fit and raise our self-esteem.

Posted on 10/15/2019


Should You Create a Bucket List?

Should You Create a Bucket List?

Some people may get turned off by the term "bucket list," but the reality is that most people do have a bucket list, even if they haven't written it down yet. Creating a bucket list can be a great way to focus your thoughts & intentions and find some direction in your life. Bucket lists can be very specific or very broad, depending on what you'd like to accomplish and how quickly you'd like to achieve each accomplishment.

Posted on 10/8/2019


Accessible Transport Options in Florida

Accessible Transport Options in Florida

In my experience, living with a disability can be challenging. One of my most daunting limitations is having to rely on others for transportation. Sometimes it can be difficult to coordinate with my family, as I have to be conscious of everyone's schedule. That in turn affects my social life. Given my experiences, I wanted to look into some of the accessible transport options available throughout the state of Florida. My motive is not only to educate myself on the available options, but to serve as a resource to anyone who might be looking for accessible transportation.

Posted on 10/1/2019


50 Accessible Playgrounds Across America

50 Accessible Playgrounds Across America

When we think of accessible playgrounds, we often first think of the child. But accessibility means inclusive for all, and that includes parents. Through inclusive playgrounds, children of all abilities are able to play side-by-side. And the inclusivity doesn't stop there—with more accessible features like rubberized surfaces, even parents who use wheelchairs can become more involved in their child's play.

Posted on 9/24/2019


3 Nights in Budapest: My Wheelchair Accessible Vacation

3 Nights in Budapest: My Wheelchair Accessible Vacation

Here's the part where I sound like the geography teacher that I'm not: Budapest, the capital of Hungary. A city separated by the Danube river. A city of two halves, you have the hilly district of Buda on one bank of the Danube, and the flatter district of Pest on the other. We traveled in November. It was the last of our short breaks for 2018, and maybe our favourite so far.

Posted on 9/17/2019


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