November 2019

Warming Up to Intimacy as an Interabled Couple

Warming Up to Intimacy as an Interabled Couple

Intimacy is an integral part of any relationship. For us, Cole & Charisma, exploring what form intimacy would take within our relationship was quite the adventure. We were surprised to find that for us it was much more than what one may think, taking a shape that we've enjoyed sharing with each other for over a year and a half. Here we'll share our journey toward intimacy.

Posted on 11/26/2019


Adapting the Workplace for People with Disabilities

Adapting the Workplace for People with Disabilities

Life can be very challenging in the workplace for people with disabilities. In decades gone by, those with disabilities may have really struggled because the workplace was not adapted to their needs, making it difficult to get around. In some cases, areas of the workplace may have been inaccessible. In addition, there were no special facilities catering to those with disabilities, simply because there were not stringent regulations in place.

Posted on 11/19/2019


How to Find the Perfect Accessible Vacation Rental House

How to Find the Perfect Accessible Vacation Rental House

Rental houses can be a great alternative to hotel rooms, especially if you're going to be vacationing in an area for more than a couple of days. Finding an accessible rental house used to be very difficult, as many private listings didn't disclose all the details about the house. With the growing prevalence of vacation rental house websites, it's getting easier to find the perfect rental house for your next vacation.

Posted on 11/7/2019


From Puppy to Service Dog

From Puppy to Service Dog

As a quad-amputee, I use a power wheelchair to get around. Recently I purchased a goldendoodle puppy who I've named Ollie. Contrary to what he may think, Ollie isn't merely a puppy. Eventually, he'll be my service dog. Though we are currently pretty far away from that phase in our lives, I'm already planning for that future. I'd like to offer a bit of insight into our experiences. Typically, service dogs are chosen for people. Since my approach is a bit different, I'd like to serve as a resource for other people with disabilities who may be in a similar situation.

Posted on 11/5/2019


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1/20/2020 | Alfredo Aviles
Hi, I am a disable person sinse I had a car accident in 2016 , my level of fraction is T 4 Comple...

1/17/2020 | Kc
Luv your article. Been trying to find accessible locations to bring my little girl who has SMA ...

1/2/2020 | Bob maimbourg
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12/17/2019 | jackie
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