Amy Ridout

Sailing Blind Around The Mediterranean

After a series of disasters saw her lose her home and her sight, Sue Fockner set sail for a new life on the Turkish Mediterranean.

The Tale Of The Long Island Mariner

Type 2 diabetes and weekly dialysis won't stop Peter Lamia from hauling in the bluefins whenever he can.

What Happens To A Marriage After Parkinson’s

Every marriage has its own dynamic, but what happens when a motor system disorder turns that relationship upside down?

Displacement And Dysplasia In The Wake Of Civil War

In the slums of Bogota, one of Colombia's poorest neighborhoods, it can be hard enough to overcome poverty, let alone disability.

Guarding His LGBT Kids Against Depression

1/3rd of LGBT teens have attempted suicide. That scary statistic is why Evan Peterson is putting his kids' mental health first.

Bipolar, Face-Blind, And Internet Famous

Comedian Michael Noker wants everyone on YouTube to know his face... even if he can't know it himself

The Underwater World Where Disability Doesn’t Exist

Quadriplegic diver Dave Hosick, the self-confessed "most average guy in the world," explains why he dives with great white sharks

The Blind Mountain Hiker Who Paints What He Feels

British landscape artist Keith Salmon didn't let the loss of sight disrupt his love of painting the outdoors.

Wheelchairs Of Fire

In a sport played entirely in wheelchairs, the members of the champion U.S. Power Soccer compete on chariots of fire... sometimes literally.

When Life Takes A Sharp Left

Carla Charter and her three kids all have one of the rarest conditions on earth. They get through it with ingenuity, togetherness, and a wicked sense of humor.