Google Maps Goes Accessible. Was the iBOT Reboot Just a Marketing Gimmick? Wheelchair Add-ons to Make Commuting Easier. Underpants Worth a Chance. Solving Hotel Transfers.
New Mobility’s Biweekly Newsletter – November 1, 2017 GalleryAssistive Devices, Automative, Bathrooms, Beds, Cushions, Fashion, Handrims, Newsletter, Relationships & Sexuality, Sports, Standing frames, Technology & Products, Transportation, Travel, Wheelchairs
Tommy Hilfiger, Cat & Jack Offer new Adaptive Clothing Lines. The Fastest Wheelchair - Maybe! Three Great Accessible Travel Agents. Seven Budget-Friendly Products for a High-Performance Home Gym. Relieving Foot Pressure With Shoe Fixes. Share Your Couple Story.
Adaptive products and adaptive lifestyles go hand in hand. Our annual Consumer Guide shows you the tech — and the techniques — for living fully on wheels.
Q&As with three travel agencies that provide services specialized for wheelchair users.
Like many wheelchair users, Anthony Amorello is frustrated by the trend of hotels having higher and higher mattresses. Finally, he took things into his own hands by designing a brand-new lift that brings wheelchairs up to bed height.
A look at GlideWear for men and women - undies made for especially for wheelchair users to protect skin and reduce the friction and shear that cause pressure sores.
Finding shoes that fit right and are easy to use can be difficult. Here are two solutions to spare your feet.
Skydiving is more accessible than ever
Converting a bus to an accessible home on wheels.
Figuring out whether a location has the access you need can be hard. But now an internet giant — Google — is changing the game.