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Girl with disability triggers invention that’s sweeping the globe

"I have saved recess for myself and a million other people!" Zoey Harrison exclaimed. ITHACA, Mich. - Sometimes in life, ''unintended consequences'' happen. They are...

Wheelchair curling at the 2018 Winter Paralympics: All you need to know

Wheelchair curling made its Paralympic debut in Torino in 2006. Teams are comprised of male and female athletes who have a physical impairment in the...

Digital glasses for people without use of arms wins major award in Dundee

Digital glasses which assist people who don’t have the use of their arms have been named the best new product at a prestigious awards...

Archer’s Challenge Has Able-Bodied People Use Wheelchairs to Highlight Inaccessibility

This week, hundreds of able-bodied people in Austin, Texas, will spend the day in a wheelchair to raise awareness of the accessibility issues people...
Christopher Hills

Cerebral Palsy And Being Quadriplegic Won’t Stop Christopher Hills

The Queensland boy runs his own video editing company. Meet Christopher Hills, a young man from Queensland who thought his body would always limit...

The Teen Actor Who’s Breaking Barriers On TV

Micah Fowler, the star of Speechless, is just your average almost-famous high school senior with a disability rights mission. Shortly before his high school prom,...
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Cerebral Palsy Guidance

We provide vital guidance and assistance to parents of a child with cerebral palsy. Cerebral Palsy Guidance was created to provide answers and assistance to...

Christopher Hills: My Journey with Education and Technology

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z-2e093A_LY This is a video Christopher Hills made as part of a presentation he gave to Alberta Education. www.switchedonvideoediting.com.au Follow Christopher Hills on Twitter: twitter.com/iAmMaccing

First Female Quadriplegic to Summit Africa’s Highest Peak

21-year-old South African ‘ability activist’ Chaeli Mycroft has become the first female quadriplegic to reach the top of Africa’s highest mountain, Kilimanjaro. Chaeli and her team—the Chaeli Kili Climbers—reached the summit early Thursday morning after five days of gruelling ascent in a specialised wheelchair.