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Monthly Archives: June 2019

This 17-Time Paralympics Champ Is Beyond Inspiring

Published: June 10, 2019

One quick look is all it takes to know with 100 percent certainty that Tatyana McFadden is really, really strong. Her arms are rippling with muscles—muscles that have not only propelled her to 17 Paralympics medals and 20 World Championships medals, but multiple first-place finishes in the Chicago, London, Boston, and New York marathons.

For the earliest years of McFadden’s life, those powerful arms—and her hands—were the only way she could walk.

LIVING THE DREAM How I became a wheelchair tennis star after I was paralysed...

Published: June 9, 2019 | Spinal Cord Injury:

LAUREN Jones, 23, is a wheelchair tennis player from Worthing.

Lauren, who was number 25 in the world, tells how she made her sport dreams come true and is now living a life she loves, despite her disability.

Adventuring After Spinal Cord Injury

Published: June 6, 2019

West Livaudais has a hiking resume that measures up with the best of them. Filled with the iconic trails and summits of the Pacific Northwest, it’s an impressive Rolodex of backcountry adventures and lived experiences.

There’s the time he finished the Timberline Trail around Mt. Hood in a single day, blisters and all; the morning he watched the sunrise at “lunch counter” and summited Mt. Adams; and the afternoon he went snowshoeing in Mt. Rainier National Park and spent three hours building an ice cave, only to have it collapse right before dusk. That night, he chased down his dinner with some whiskey.

Introducing Voice Control on Mac and iOS — Apple

Published: June 3, 2019 | Spinal Cord Injury:

Voice Control gives your voice the power to navigate, dictate, and work your devices in a new way. Coming Fall 2019.