• Rubber duck for bath

    Rub-a-Dub: How Safe Is Your Tub?

    Judging by how many people are injured in their bathrooms every year, many, many bathrooms could benefit from a safety overhaul. But every person’s and family’s needs are different. So before you can determine the types of improvements your bathroom needs, here are some things to consider.

  • Caregiving Paper Dolls

    Cut Out for Caregiving?

    No matter where you’re at on your caregiving journey, you’re probably bursting with emotions, fears and a burning question: Where do I go from here? Follow these five steps to get on the road to success and become the best caregiver you can be.

  • Eric Kolar and his dog Smuckers

    Eric Kolar: Showcasing Life After Spinal Cord Injury

    Anyone who would question the capabilities of someone with a spinal cord injury should get to know Eric Kolar.

  • Indego exoskeleton

    One Step Closer

    For people with spinal cord injury, the nearest and greatest technology hope for walking again is the current class of exoskeletons.

  • American flag on military sleeve

    Do You Qualify?

    If you’re a veteran considering purchasing a wheelchair-accessible vehicle but are fretting about the cost of the conversion, Vantage Mobility International (VMI) has a message for you: You might qualify for federal grants that would put you in a vehicle with no money out of pocket.

About this Website

The Mobility Project (TMP) strives to help empower the community of wheelchair users, assistive technology users and their families by promoting dialogue and sharing ideas that can advance their many abilities and opportunities. TMP works to provide practical, timely information on assistive technology, accessibility, health-related resources, clinical conditions, advocacy and other topics of interest to this community and culture — while serving and appreciating people of all age groups and levels of ability.