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The Milford Person Lift
One of the most innovative wheelchair-to-vehicle transfer devices on the market. Photo courtesy of Mobility Innovations. Capable of lifting up to 330 pounds, the Milford Person Lift is designed to smoothly transfer users from a wheelchair directly to a standard car seat. The Milford is a strong yet lightweight powered mechanical device that uses a
Renting a Wheelchair Van by the Day or Week
Things to Consider When Renting a Handicap Van For a lot of people who aren’t ready to buy a wheelchair van — or just aren’t sure which type of conversion is best for their accessible travel needs, renting a wheelchair van (by the day, weekend or entire week) can be a great way to try
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Weekend Warriors: Day Trips for People with Disabilities
Check out these fall events for the weekends!
4 Tips to Resolve Common Mobility Scooter and Power Wheelchair Issues
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.
Playa del Carmen Opens Mexico’s First Accessible Beach
Mexico is undoubtedly one of the most preferred and cherished holiday destinations in the world. This Caribbean paradise has everything that a tourist can wish for – amazing treasures of art and history, vibrant nightlife, breathtaking ancient Mayan ruins, exotic wildlife, picturesque jungles, cobbled streets, lively ambience and of course, spectacular golden beaches.
Accessibility At High Seas: 6 Of The Most Luxurious (and Accessible) Accommodations
The Americans with Disabilities Act was passed over 20 years ago, and it made sweeping changes across the country. Accessibility and equality was suddenly everywhere. Entrances to public facilities, bathrooms, schools, how we are treated in the workplace, so many things changed, but taxis and how many should be made accessible in a city remains murky.
Doin’ Disney With A Disability (And Why I’ll Never Go Again)
It was finally time to do Disney.
My brother was getting remarried in Florida, I’ve somehow crept into my early 40s, and I don’t travel much and like traveling even less. If I was getting close to Disney World, I was going.
7 Of The Most Beautiful Wheelchair Accessible Resorts In The World
Everyone dreams of going on the ultimate vacation, a vacation of a lifetime and wheelchair-users want this as much as anyone. We too dream of white sandy beaches and beautiful crystal blue pools beckoning us, but we also need to make sure where we go is accessible.