DC Makes a Big Push for Wheelchair Accessible Taxis

Public transportation isn’t generally known for comfort.  More so, it’s there for convenience and affordability.  When a certain type of public transportation fails to accommodate a certain type of person, it quickly loses all convenience. While city buses and trains have (in some cities, at least) made large strides towards wheelchair accessibility, vehicles such as taxis Read more…

A Must Read Travel Guide for Wheelchair Users

Candy Harrington describes her stay at Safari West as luxurious, fun and suitable for wheelchair-users and slow walkers. “There’s nothing better than going to sleep listening to the sounds of the jungle,” she describes, adding that the California resort is “almost like visiting Africa; except you don’t get jet lag, you save about $4,000 and Read more…

Wimbledon Announces Wheelchair Tennis Singles for 2016

If you’re a tennis fan, you probably spent some part of the past two weeks watching Wimbledon.  No, we don’t mean the 2004 romantic comedy starring Paul Bettany and Kirsten Dunst.  We’re, of course, referring to what is generally considered the most prestigious tennis competition in the world. With Wimbledon 2015 having wrapped up this Read more…

Rear-Entry Vs. Side-Entry Vans: Which is Best For You?

Shopping for your first wheelchair van can be an exciting experience, but like any major purchase, that experience can come with a host of inquiries. Questions regarding van wheelchair lifts, financing and seller reputations are always common, and the list goes on as people move through the purchasing process.. Some people even want to know Read more…