Cool concept out of Purdue University! Has innovation changed your life?
March 24, 2017
What do you think about this video? Our pal John C. McGinley makes an appearance!
Down Syndrome International Global Down Syndrome Foundation CoorDown Onlus Coordinamento associazioni persone Down
March 23, 2017
Hey guys wouid it be ok to Post My Wheelchair Fencing Facebook Page to your site My Name is Jonathan Collins and i have Spina Bifida and Hydrocepulus and i am also a Wheelchair Fencer from the UK
My aim is to show what it is Like to be an athlete with Both Conditions Please can I share My Wheelchair Fencing Page on your Facebook Page to help spread the message if its not ok you can remove the post Many thanks Jonathan Collins https://www.facebook.com/WheelchairFencerJonathanCollins
March 21, 2017
A fish with a big mouth.
By Jeff Charlebois, a.k.a Ham on a Roll: https://abilitymagazine.com/fish-story/
March 20, 2017
Chatting with Leigh Koechner: life, health, and parenting with a sense of humor.
March 18, 2017
Going live with Leigh Koechner in 30! Join us!
March 17, 2017
"I understand the disease is unpredictable and, at any moment, I could be dealing with a completely new physical or cognitive symptom."
Longhaulpaul, riding a million miles for #MS: https://abilitymagazine.com/a-lifecycle/
March 16, 2017
"What Harold taught me that day I wouldn’t fully appreciate for almost 40 years. It is this simple truth: all of us can do so much more than we sometimes think possible." Andrew Katz [ABILITYspeaks Contributor]
March 14, 2017
“For a person who may have never run a marathon on two legs, now maybe with a prosthesis he will run the Boston Marathon. For a person who has never skied before, all of a sudden he’s got one leg and he’s flying down a mountain on a ski. That’s freedom.” - John Register, United States Olympic Committee's Paralympic Military Program
Find out how sport is changing the lives of rehabilitating veterans at http://www.abilitymagazine.com/Paralympic_Military.html.
[Image Description: A person stands on two prosthetic legs, our view only of the ankles and feet. People look on in the background, out of focus. The quote is written below the image.]
March 12, 2017
"There was art around every corner as we strolled through the streets of Paris." Nancy Villere
Our interview with the artist:
March 12, 2017
Andrea quickly realized the story behind what they’d experienced was too important not to share. Accompanying each painting is an audio recording - as you look at the paintings, you can put on a pair of headphones. You can listen to the individuals on the canvas talk openly about what they’ve been through.
Prominent London artist Andrea Tyrimos, pictured here with Leon "Big Mck" McKenzie and his portrait, highlights the intersection of art, multimedia and mental illness. Tyrimos welcomed ABILITY into her creative space and whole-heartedly illustrated in words her mission with the exhibition she’s titled Bipolar Picasso. Enjoy a glimpse into the mind of an artist: http://abilitymagazine.com/andrea-tyrimos-bipolar-picasso/.
[Image Description: Andrea and Leon smile in front of Leon's portrait in a gallery.]