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The Role of Wheelchairs for Brain Injury Survivors

A senior woman in a wheelchair leans down to pet her dog outside.

Traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) can occur as a result of various accidents or incidents, such as car accidents, sports-related injuries, or falls. These injuries can result in severe and lasting disabilities, including physical limitations that require the use of mobility aids like wheelchairs. Wheelchairs are an essential tool for people with traumatic brain injuries, providing increased independence and improved quality of life. In this blog post, we will explore the importance of wheelchairs for people with traumatic brain injuries and discuss the benefits of using them.

Celebrating International Wheelchair Day

A close-up of an older man's hand on the wheel of his wheelchair, pushing forward.

International Wheelchair Day is celebrated on March 1 every year to encourage wheelchair users around the world to celebrate the positive impact a wheelchair has had on their lives. This day also serves as a reminder of the struggles faced by people who use wheelchairs and the need for society to make changes to accommodate their needs.

Unsung Heroes: Celebrating National Caregivers Day

A young woman pushes her mother, a wheelchair-user, up an outdoor ramp.

National Caregivers Day is a special day celebrated on the third Friday in February to honor and recognize the invaluable contributions made by caregivers across the United States. Caregivers are a diverse group of people who provide assistance and care to individuals who are unable to perform daily tasks due to illness, injury, disability, or aging.

Patient Recognition Week: Celebrating the Importance of Accessibility In Healthcare

Shot of a doctor examining a patient with a stethoscope during a consultation in a clinic.

Patient Recognition Week is an annual event that is dedicated to recognizing and honoring patients, caretakers, and healthcare providers who are dedicated to improving the health and well-being of individuals, including those living with disabilities. This week-long celebration provides an opportunity for us to reflect on the challenges faced by patients, and to consider the ways in which we can help to make their lives easier and more accessible.

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