Family Who Didn’t Expect to Win NMEDA Local Heros Accessible Van Says Experience Was Inspiring
Missy and Ken Davert were handed the keys to a brand-new 2012 Honda Odyssey with VMI’s Northstar conversion on July 19.
Medtrade, the durable medical equipment trade show for providers and clinicians, sets up shop at the Georgia World Congress Center Oct. 15-18.
The Mobility Project checked with the major domestic airlines to find out their policies regarding reserved seating for wheelchair users.
- By Cindy Horbrook
- Sep 01, 2012
Aids to daily living manufacturer Maddak recognized occupational therapists for their product design efforts.
People unable to leave their homes will still get to the polls this year, thanks to a new initiative called Bring the Vote Home.
Although Veterans Affairs (VA) was spared from sequestration budget cuts in April, the department is once again under the knife for January 2013.
The Veterans Skills Jobs Act, recently signed into law by President Obama, will create more opportunities for veterans with disabilities say representatives of Paralyzed Veterans of America.
The U.S. Olympic Committee has expanded coverage of the games online and on television, citing more coverage of this Paralympics than any previous year.
Meet Team USA Athletes Competing in the 2012 London Paralympic Games
At the 2012 London Paralympic Games, a team of 133 men and 94 women from the United States will compete for gold in 19 sports.
At the end of June, North Carolina passed legislation that will enable patients to choose their physical therapist and ensure physical therapy services are covered under health benefits plans.
The National Senior Games Association has relocated to Kissimmee, Fla.
Researchers from the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine (Pitt) and UPMC were awarded a $4.5 million grant to study improvements for people with spinal cord injury (SCI).
New program chronicles lives of five people living with MS and the influence of positive psychology on their overall well-being.
The American Academy of Neurology (AAN) has released a new guideline for treating chorea—uncontrollable jerky movements often experienced by people with Huntington’s disease.
A new study shows that the earliest stages of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) or Lou Gherig’s disease might be detectable with a blood test.
Summer can be a trigger for pain and swelling in the arms and legs for people who have lymphedema. Fortunately, keeping this chronic condition in check during the hottest part of summer is possible, according to occupational therapists.
The tennis network INTENNIS has developed a dedicated section on wheelchair tennis.
AllMobilityScooters.com created an infographic that puts the Medicare program into simpler terms.
On July 26, the American Association of People with Disabilities (AAPD) recognized four individuals and one business for their work supporting the community of people with disabilities.