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adaptive driving equipment

Hit the Road!

Getting the Right Adaptive Driving Equipment for You

Wheelchair Travel Tips

12 Tips for Taking to the Skies in a Wheelchair

Traveling with a wheelchair requires work up front, but the adventures awaiting you are worth the effort.

Wheelchair Technology

Technology at Your Service

They Look Futuristic, But These Products Are Real World -- and Ready Now

Mobility innovations that are actually available right now — and dedicated to making mobility more efficient, safe and attractive than ever.

Wheelchair Propellers: Love Your Shoulders!

Giving shoulders TLC for a lifetime of health and independence.

Travel & Adventure

Travel & Adventure

Seniors

Senior Savvy

Enabled Kids

Just for Kids

WIL Car

What It's Like...

Choosing the Right Car

Here's how TiLite VP Josh Anderson chose and adapted his new ride.

Ultralightweight Wheelchairs

Titanium vs. Aluminum, ad infinitum

As you look for your next ultralightweight high-performance wheelchair, are you asking the right questions?

Need Scooter or Wheelchair Repairs?

More suppliers are going out of business or declining to do repairs for Medicare beneficiaries. Here’s how to fight back.

Bert Burns

What It's Like...

Bladder & Bowel Management in a Busy Day

Bert Berns & Rolling Through Life

Leslie Schneider

What It's Like...

Living with Limb Loss

Leslie Schneider describes her journey in a new documentary.

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Navigating Winter Weather

Tips on How to Stay Safe During Winter Weather Conditions

Experts share advice on extra precautions wheelchair users and people with limited mobility need to take during winter.

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Enabled Life

50 Marathons in 50 Weeks

Three men have the crossed the country since early 2013 with one goal, raise donations for the Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation benefiting spinal cord injury research.

International Builders Show

Show Off

International Builders’ Show Highlights Best of Accessible Design

The International Builders’ Show showcased many of the latest trends in universal design or design that makes it easier for people to live in their homes regardless of age or ability.

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One Step Closer

Walking Exoskeletons Inching Toward Retail

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

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Into the Garden

Accessibility Strategies for Life-long Planting

As seasons change so too do physical abilities. Whether you’re a senior with stability and walking issues, a person with a new spinal cord injury or someone who’s been coping with a mobility condition your whole life, gardening can be accessible. All you have to do is think creatively.