Top Wheelchair Blogs

Top 5 Wheelchair Blogs

Top Wheelchair Blogs are places where individuals are encouraged to write posts and to keep track of their everyday lifestyle, dealing with disabilities in some form, or another, and expressing their thoughts relating to the social aspects of disability and the taboos that surround the disability community.

The wheelchair blog community is a tight knit group of people, this social gathering allows people to connect with one another, and share their perspective on the social condition and everyday life of a disabled person. This list is comprised of the top wheelchair blogs around, why are they the top blogs of their respective field? because they are engaging to the reader, they are often personable, and also offer insight into the world of person’s life, dealing with a health condition.

1. Wheelchair Mommy – wheelchairmommy.com

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I am a 30-something paralyzed, stay-at-home Mommy to 3 boys, & an amazing husband. The wheels have been making my butt look big since 1999. This blog is about our life (we homeschool, too!) and I hope to encourage others along the way.

2. Wheelchair Kamikaze – wheelchairkamikaze.com

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I’m Marc, a 49-year-old male, living in New York City with my lovely and wonderful wife Karen. Diagnosed with Primary Progressive Multiple Sclerosis in March of 2003, I now require a wheelchair to get around the city. I like to drive the wheelchair at full speed, thus the moniker “Wheelchair Kamikaze”.

3. Wheelchair Boy – theadventuresofwheelchairboy.blgspt.com/

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An adventurous journal of the life of a kid in an electric wheelchair, who loves premier league football, enjoys giving his opinion on many different topics, including current events and daily activities that he encounters throughout his day. An interesting read, different from other blogs.

4. Wheelchair Dancer – cripwheels.blogspot.comwheelchair-dancer

The life of a dancer chronicled through her blog, now a freelance artist, see her perspective on different situations that she goes through while traveling on a wheelchair.

Maurice Smith