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Next to buying a home, purchasing a vehicle is typically going to be one of life’s biggest investments. For those who use an accessible minivan, as a driver or wheelchair passenger, the vehicle is an absolute necessity for independence and everyday travel needs. That’s why maintaining the van’s wheelchair ramp operation and other adaptive equipment

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Magazines in Print and Online Designed to Help and Inspire Discovering relevant, uplifting information about how others thrive with a specific physical challenge or disease can encourage people and their caregivers to keep moving forward. Fortunately, there a few quality magazines and online publications that are written with the specific purpose of doing just that.

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Whether you’re buying a handicapped vehicle for yourself or for a loved one, there’s typically some concern with service when it comes to purchasing a used automobile, minivan or truck. The majority of us are going to consider whether or not there are underlying problems that can’t be identified with a simple test ride. If

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Follow these top ten tips to winterizing your accessible vehicle to stay safe on the road during the winter months.

Need to keep your accessible van clean? Megan Cutter shares tips for accessible vehicle cleaning and care.

The problem with owning a power wheelchair or scooter is that sometimes it can be very difficult to troubleshoot simple problems that don’t require a technician, but rather an understanding of how to operate the electronic features properly.

The human body wasn’t meant to sit in a wheelchair all day, which must explain why it took so long for the wheelchair to finally get comfortable. Thank God for the 20th century and the invention of rubber, plastic, poly-stretch, electricity and everything else; rocketing the wheelchair into the echelon of comfort.

Growing up I always dreamed of the fairy tale wedding with my knight in shining armour. I dreamed we would get married, have children and live out our days in wedded bliss. Although marriage and family are never a certainty for anyone; having a physical disability can make achieving this goal more difficult.

I’m not a fan of top 10 lists unless David Letterman is rattling off a good one sometime around midnight. First of all, they usually come off as rather arrogant. Does anyone really know the 10 correct ways to interact with people with disabilities? Do we actually think there are 10 things every special needs mom can do to feel happier?

Here are four disability related charities that you should donate to now.