Expanding Your Independence & Accessibility
Kids are unique – and they deserve unique technology designed especially for them. Created by engineers with plenty of kid intervention, these products were shaped by the lifestyles of today's kids and teens.
The celebration for Todd Anderson Field, Minnesota’s first competitive wheelchair softball field, is set for Aug. 9.
Two successful adults with cerebral palsy share their childhood memories.
For people with spinal cord injury, the nearest and greatest technology hope for walking again is the current class of exoskeletons.
The Mobility Project recently had the opportunity to discuss spinal muscular atrophy (SMA) with Families of Spinal Muscular Atrophy (FSMA) President Kenneth Hobby.
Rosana talks about how her service dog helps her cope with mobility challenges.
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