Category: Featured

Girls Chronically Rock

Keisha Greaves, diagnosed with Limb Girdle Muscular Dystrophy (LGMD) at the age of 24, is living her life on her own terms. Admittedly, it took her some time to come to terms with her diagnosis but after having done so it allowed her to…

Camp No Limits 2020 Camp Schedule

The No Limits Foundation offers camps across the United States to educate and empower young people with limb loss to discover and develop a healthy, happy and independent lifestyle. They continually achieve their vision to be the leading camp for young people with limb…

HOW TO GET ACTIVE & STAY HEALTHY IN 2020

Its the first day of the new year 2020 and as always many of us are determined to make this a better year than 2019. New year resolutions abound but many fall to the wayside within several weeks. In order to stay the course,…

What’s On The Other Side of Fear?

The end of the 2018 year was fast approaching when a friend contacted me and told me about this great new gym. She was excited to share this information knowing that I had just about given up on trying to find a place to…

Thriving, Not Just Surviving a Spinal Cord Injury

“If only I knew then what I know now”.  So many of us have uttered those words in our lifetime, wishing that we had only known how to navigate through unexpected health events and circumstances that have knocked us for a loop.  When tragedy…

Where Will Your Road to Recovery Lead

The Netflix Original; “Roll With Me” chronicling Gabriel Cordell’s trek across the United States is an absolute must-see documentary.  Rain or shine, he and a motley crew of seven traversed across the United States starting in California with the intention of reaching New York…

The Joy of Writing & The Spoken Word

Joy Elan was born with a hearing loss and has been wearing hearing aids since she was 15 months. Despite the obstacles she faced, she overcame many of them and continues to overcome obstacles. Her mother always told her that she had three things…

“Wheelie” Awesome Cash

Channing Cash, adaptive athlete, has her sights set on making it to the 2020 Tokyo Paralympics.

Brittle But Not Broken

Osteogenesis Imperfecta (OI), more commonly known as brittle bone disease, affects approximately 1 in 15,000 people.  A genetic disorder whose impact on the bones can range from mild to severe and is caused by defective genes which compromise how the body makes collagen.  Collagen…

Quad Rugby & Waterskiing

On August 24th, 2008 Graeme, a 2002 UNH grad and newly wed in the beginnings of a new career, was involved in a car accident that left him a C-7 quadriplegic.  Graeme was shortly thereafter admitted to Shepherd Rehabilitation Center in Atlanta to complete…