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New Wheel:Life Book Is Full of Fund-Raising Ideas

Free resource can help to get great ideas off the ground.

Morph Wheels Announces "Most Inspirational Client" Winner

Assistive technology professionals were invited to nominate clients living life to the fullest.

Permobil Offers Holiday Gift to December Consumers

Getting a new Permobil? Look for the holiday card on the joystick!

Indego Exoskeleton Takes Popular Mechanics Award

Parker Hannifin device, being trialed at Shepherd Center in Atlanta, is selected for its innovation.

Toyota & VMI Announce Operation Independence Vehicle Winner

Winner is a U.S. Army veteran who served in the Vietnam War.

Morph Wheels Win Popular Science Award

Folding manual wheelchair wheels are lauded for innovative design.

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WHILL Power Chair Ready for Its American Debut

Japanese power wheelchair features a wheel and tire design that enables tight turns.

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"Limitless" Film Debuts at ReelAbilities Festival

Ottobock project takes viewers on a "journey through limb loss."

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Study Shows Caregivers Live Longer

Researchers at Johns Hopkins found that providing care for a chronically ill or disabled family member not only fails to increase health risk, but also is associated with a nine-month extension in life expectancy over the six-year period of the study.

Sunrise Medical's Propel Donation Program Names Summer Recipients

ATPs work with award winners to configure the mobility systems of their dreams.

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Count Down to Sochi With Team Kellogg's

Kellogg’s has starting rolling out promotional materials featuring its sponsored team of Olympic legends and Olympic and Paralympic athletes aspiring to represent Team USA.

VA Valor Games Adds New Competitions

U.S. Paralympics, a division of the U.S. Olympic Committee, and the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, have expanded the 2011 and 2012 Valor Games Midwest, a competition for veterans and service members with a physical disability, to three additional regions.

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Canadian Museum to Feature Inclusive Design

The Canadian Museum for Human Rights (CMHR) in Winnipeg, Manitoba, is ensuring that every visitor’s experience will include design suited for sensory, physical and cognitive disabilities as well as cultural diversity.