When you’re looking for something fun to do with the whole family, we know that planning a vacation when you have a child who uses a wheelchair requires a little more research than may typically be required. You not only have to make considerations for wheelchair accessibility as a whole, but you want to make… Read more »
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Why should you choose a custom everyday wheelchair? First of all, it is designed to help you become as independent as possible and have the confidence to function in the real world.
So, what really matters?
Traveling is a wonderful opportunity to experience new places, people, foods and should be fun, right? Challenges of traveling with a wheelchair or other adaptive devices could put a damper on things if you’re not prepared. If you plan ahead, the hassles can be minimized. Here are some quick tips.
By Mary Carol Peterson, Occupational Therapist On January 29, 2009 I was in an accident. I had a crushed vertebrae at L2, a broken pelvis in four places, a grade 2 separated right shoulder and a smashed knee. I was so lucky though, because my spinal cord was still intact and I had no paralysis…. Read more »