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Celebrating the Capitol Crawl 34th Anniversary

This March we celebrate the 34th anniversary of the “Capitol Crawl: Access for All” protest. The “Capitol Crawl” was a powerful and remarkable event in disability rights history, a watershed moment that resonates with the enduring struggle for accessibility and equality. This demonstration, which took place on March 12, 1990, in Washington, D.C., attended by … Read more

Finding Your Forward After Changes in Mobility

A man in a wheelchair petting his dog in a park. Red and blue text says, "Find Your Forward"

Life’s unpredictable nature sometimes leads us down unexpected paths, and a life-changing injury or a reduction in mobility due to an accident, illness, or aging, can be a profound twist in the journey. While the aftermath of such events may seem daunting, they also hold the potential to act as a spark for personal growth and the pursuit of previously unimagined possibilities.

Accessible Holiday Gatherings Promote Togetherness & Well-Being

A black family toasting over a full dinner table at home.

Gathering with loved ones during the holidays holds a deep significance for our mental well-being. It fosters a sense of connection and belonging that can uplift our spirits. Creating an inclusive and welcoming environment for all guests, including those with mobility challenges, not only makes sure that everyone feels valued and included, but also contributes … Read more

Ensuring Safety & Independence: Hazard Recognition

In an ideal world, everyone would have equal access to their surroundings and the ability to move around safely and independently. However, for older adults and individuals with disabilities, navigating everyday obstacles can present significant challenges. Recognizing hazards becomes crucial in promoting their safety and well-being.

The Role of Wheelchairs for Brain Injury Survivors

a senior woman in a wheelchair with dog in autumn

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.

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