Sunrise Medical has created an equipment-donation program for consumers who need complex rehab technology, but otherwise wouldn’t have access to it.
It’s that time of year! Checking your list and scratching your head about what Christmas gift to buy for what person on your must give Christmas list. Forget about it! Before you go blowing your unearned cash on the coworker sleeping in the cubical next to yours be sure to pick out something cool for yourself. It’s [...]
This is an interesting survey from the National Center on Accessibility on why people with disabilities play or do not play golf. The purpose of this study is to look at what encourages or discourages a person with a disability and/or health condition to play golf.
From Orchard Beach in the North Bronx to Coney Island in South Brooklyn, NYC has a number of wheelchair accessible beaches.
For those of you that are interested in the wet side of NYC, there are a number of wheelchair accessible beaches to be enjoyed in the Big Apple.
What would all of that have to do with anything? That’s exactly what the University of North Carolina would like to know. They are presently looking for people with disabilities to volunteer for research project on among other things, how people with disabilities select their attire. What is the study about? This is a research [...]
Caregiving robots are still hot with developers and not so hot with many consumers. Meanwhile countries like Japan seem to be cranking them out on a regular basis.
Here’s a sampling of what is out there. Decide for yourself if you would want one of these droids caring for your white haired grandma.
Each summer, the American Association of People with Disabilities (AAPD) hosts a summer internship program in Washington, DC for students with all types of disabilities.
It’s a great opportunity!