“Don’t Worry, He Won’t Get Far on Foot” to Hit Theaters this Spring. NYC's Accessible Dispatch Program Expands Citywide. Toyota Flashes Next-gen iBot Preview in Olympic Advertising. My Unintended Journey Into the World of Flap Surgery. Sexual Sustainability After Spinal Cord Injury. Wanted: Wheelchair Footplate Height Hack. How Learning to Shred is Actually a Life Skill.
Reducing the weight of a manual wheelchair isn’t just about numbers. It’s about practical impacts on our everyday lives.
Check out the Ogo and other Segway modifications offering wheelers new mobility options.
Accessible Vacation Rental Startup Accomable Acquired by Airbnb. Power Chairs of the Future are for... Incomplete Paras? SCI and Diabetes: Ways to Improve Your Odds. Safe Disposal of Unwanted Items. Quad-Friendly Recreational Flying. Mik Scarlet Saves the Day.
Q. Recently, I’ve been prescribed a number of different medications, which left me with a three-month supply of the “unsuccessful” ones that now need proper, safe disposal. Additionally, I have accumulated outdated wheelchairs and a variety of unneeded medical supplies. There are probably people somewhere in the world who could benefit from having access to them. Are there other avenues that I might investigate?
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.
New grips, new shapes and new materials. Here is a list of some pushrim options.
It takes quite a bit to steal the stage from a 6-foot-five-inch tall musician decked out in gold chains and jewelry, but when Atlanta rapper 2 Chainz took the stage in Tucson, Arizona, this August his custom wheelchair did just that.