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Over the course of nearly two decades, I have encountered countless medical devices, gadgets and tools designed to make my life with a spinal cord injury better.
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I’m beginning to think Amtrak is holding out on me. All I want is to sign up for the special $25,000 wheelchair ticket I’ve been reading so much about.
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There are a lot of ways to explore and discuss technologies for wheelchair users. Those that simplify basic tasks have been the best.
The latest design-led products are more likely to be a stylish new addition to a home.