Tommy Hilfiger Creates Clothing Line for Children with Disabilities

For years, there have been new handicap vans available for parents to take their children where they need to go, but there is hardly an abundance of clothing lines specifically made with children who have disabilities in mind. It’s a hurdle that parents of the estimated 2.8 million school-aged children who have a disability have Read more…

Minnesota’s Mobility Mania Group to Host Dance for People with All Abilities

You may have already heard about the group that’s looking to make Itasca County a showcase for accessibility in Minnesota. If not, they’re the same group that put together the Myrna-Lee Mania world-record breaking event in May of 2015 that brought together 300 people to roll their wheelchairs at one time, in one location and Read more…

ALS Progression Halted with New Experiment Treatment

Researchers at Oregon State University have taken huge strides forward in the fight against amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), publishing a study that contains an experimental treatment that has halted symptoms of the disease for almost two full years. Despite years of medical advances, and many setbacks, the scientific community has not yet been able to Read more…

Microsoft Video Game Could Help Patients with MS

Multiple sclerosis, the incurable and widespread disease which affects over 2.3 million people across the world, is a disease that has troubled doctors and medical researchers for years. It’s unpredictable and debilitating effects on the nervous systems has presented challenges to those who suffer from it, often causing them to rely on mobility devices, wheelchairs Read more…

First Cybathlon to Take Place in Switzerland this Fall

Each year we find that technology advances further and further, especially when it comes to the technology that helps people live better lives. Last month, The Department of Veteran Affairs announced that in addition to the benefits for injured Veterans they already provide, like assisting with the costs for wheelchair accessible vans, they’re now going Read more…