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Power Soccer World Cup Postponed Till 2016

USPSA proposes Houston for the host city, says the delay will give teams time to raise funds to travel.

Weight Loss Prevention Goes Virtual

Virtual world gives women with disabilities the chance to share strategies and triumphs.

Enabled Kids

Just for Kids

Part of the challenge for families with children who use mobility equipment is helping classmates and peers to understand the "whys" and "whats" while encouraging inclusion.

Mark E. Smith

2015: The Year That Innovation Comes Back

Seniors

Senior Savvy

Travel & Adventure

Travel & Adventure

Exploring new horizons in a wheelchair can sometimes be tougher than it should be. Here are some resources for you to be informed about your rights as a traveler.

Ottobock Names C-Leg Heroes Grand Prize Winner

Grand prize tops off a year of celebrating the achievements of consumers living with limb loss.

Is ALS in Your Genes?

A new study reveals that more than one-third of all amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) cases might be tied to genetics.

NYC Transportation Authority Adds Nearly 150 MV-1 Vehicles to Paratransit Fleet

About 20 percent of city's paratransit fleet is now wheelchair accessible, Mobility Ventures says.

USA Power Soccer World Cup Team Announced

National team will play in 2015 World Cup.

ALS Association Begins Investing "Ice Bucket Challenge" Funds

Research projects are top of the list, the organization announces.

NSM Austin Helps High Schoolers Roll a Mile in Classmate's Shoes

Archer Hadley's project raises funds to install accessible doors and raises awareness of accessibility issues.