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Let’s Roll Out ALS

Eddy Lefrançois built his site to share information regarding my diagnosis with ALS, and raise awareness about this terrible disease — please read about Eddy’s journey with ALS since the early 90s. He has surpassed his three to five year sentence as of April 1997. Eddy may not control the fact that he has ALS, but he controls the actions to make people aware that ALS is a terrible disease to live with… anybody can develop it at any time; we have to make it a treatable disease, not terminal. Eddy is proud to be a member of the ALS Canada Ambassador Program. «Let’s Roll Out ALS»

See his Bucket List being checked off, and look at other fun stuff he has managed to do, browse his site and enjoy… “I may have ALS, but ALS does not have me…” More Information »

Accomable.com

Accomable.com

Accomable is the world’s leading platform for booking accessible hotels and holiday rentals. Our mission is to enable anyone to go anywhere.

Accomable was founded in 2015, by Srin Madipalli and Martyn Sibley – two friends with Spinal Muscular Atrophy who have travelled all over the world. Frustrated by the difficulty of finding accessible places to stay and reliable information, Accomable was launched to make it easier for everyone to travel, regardless of disability.

Today, we list 1,100 properties in more than 60 countries, all of which have step free access, high quality photos and detailed information on a whole range of accessibility adaptations. More Information »

Magic Wheelchair

MagicWheelchair.org

Magic Wheelchair is a nonprofit organization that builds custom costumes for children in wheelchairs. Our goal is to put a smile on the face of every child in a wheelchair.

Ryan and Lana Weimer, the founders of Magic Wheelchair, have five children, three of whom were born with Spinal Muscular Atrophy, which requires the use of wheelchairs for the entirety of their lives.

Each Halloween, Ryan made the biggest, “baddest” costumes he could for his sons, Keaton and Bryce. Once news of these costumes spread, Ryan began receiving requests from parents around the world asking if he would transform their kids’ wheelchairs into “magic”.

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FreeWheel Wheelchair Attachment

goFreeWheel.com

FreeWheel = Mobility. Independence. Freedom.

Whether you have a rigid frame or a FOLDING wheelchair, the FreeWheel is your ticket to Freedom, Independence, and increased Mobility.

With the FreeWheel your wheelchair casters are lifted off the ground, turning your chair into a 3-wheeler, so you simply roll over any obstacle: curbs, dirt trails, grass, gravel, snow, and sand. No more wasting energy and slowing down to pop a wheelie.

The FreeWheel comes with all you need to set it up on your chair. The initial installation takes approximately 15 min., after that the FreeWheel clamps on in seconds.

The Adventures of Frank and Mustard

FrankandMustard.com

The Adventures of Frank and Mustard is a children’s book that was inspired by Simon Calcavecchia’s experiences of living with quadriplegia.

The reason we created this book is to express Simon’s life experiences in a creative way to both adults and children. The work inspires optimism and strength for life’s obstacles. We hope that in sharing these stories, children will see that they have the choice to see challenges as opportunities for growth. These books will emphasize the power to create love, joy and laughter in response to life’s events. More Information »

DisabilityAdvisor.com

DisabilityAdvisor.com

Navigating the disability benefits maze can be difficult, stressful and risky. And trying to find the information and answers you need can be overwhelming, time consuming and frustrating. That’s where DisabilityAdvisor.com makes a BIG difference!

As you explore our site, you’ll find an exclusive selection of helpful articles, videos, ebooks, checklists and more – none of which are available on any other site. Everything is created by our team of experts who hail from various professional fields, including law, financial management, social work, and so on.

u2mobility.com

u2mobility.com

We would like to invite you to join a group that will return something of great value. U2Mobility is committed to providing options that will improve you or your family’s life. We are committed to joining a group of people that are committed to assisting the disabled. Also we will try to simplify searching for and providing product, services, information in real time. Considering that much is involved on the back side of this business we will still strive to provide competitive pricing. When you join the U2Mobility family you have an option to be a part of the ever changing demands of knowledge based customers. We look forward to working for you and with you!

U2Mobility has over 30 years of experience in the mobility products. More Information »

Shirley Ryan AbilityLab

www.sralab.org

As the #1 referral choice for SCI patients from all over the world, we are renowned for innovative, interdisciplinary care. By integrating advances in research and technology, we continuously enhance medical and functional outcomes.

You want to recover what’s most important in your life — be it mobility, independence or walking again. Together we reach for those goals.

Doctors and nurses in our Spinal Cord Innovation Center provide specialized care. Our state-of-the-art Ability Labs infuse science into treatment. The goal: helping you get your life back. More Information »

REACT: Spinal Cord Injury Recovery

REACT’s Neuro-Restorative program is for those seeking a comprehensive recovery through customized, one-on-one neuromuscular training.


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NextStep Fitness

NextStepFitness.org

NextStep is an internationally recognized non-profit that makes life-changing rehab and fitness accessible and affordable to individuals living with paralysis. Today, most of these individuals are deprived of the resources they desperately need to live long, healthy and happy lives. NextStep’s goal is to open NextStep paralysis recovery centers across the country to ensure an improved quality-of-life and a continuum of care for this underserved population. By offering the state-of-the-art equipment, world class certified trainers, cutting edge therapies; our centers provide the best chance for recovery, health, and independence.

NextStep Locations: Los Angeles, Orlando, Atlanta, and Kansas City

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