Monday, September 27, 2021

Tag: ADA

Access2CRT.org

The Access2CRT.org website shares information regarding Complex Rehab Technology (CRT) and provide resources and tools to promote and protect access for people with disabilities. Complex...

Perspective on employment rates after spinal cord injury – 30 years after the ADA

Experts detail new paradigms of vocational rehabilitation that are fostering measurable progress in employment outcomes for individuals with spinal cord injury East Hanover, NJ. A...

Google Nest Partners with the Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation to Improve Independence for...

Google Nest provides up to 100,000 free Google Home Minis to the Reeve Foundation to foster freedom at home across the paralysis community through...

California’s accessible campsites put the outdoors within reach

When Steve Dalton sets up at Yosemite’s Housekeeping Camp, a popular campground along the Merced River with views of Half Dome and Yosemite Falls,...

All Wheels Up

The purpose of All Wheels Up, Inc. is to advocate for equality in air travel for those in a wheelchair for mobility and safe...

No Flipping Excuses

https://youtu.be/ezW3R7OPaiY Changing the lives for those that are living with a disability. Their mission is to provide a home to person or family that has...

‘It’s all about adapting’: How a wheelchair user made his house accessible

Thomas Rogers's house has a lowered kitchen counter, wide hallways, and a elevator When it comes to what he can and can't do in his...

REINVENTING THE WHEEL: Stories of Life After Spinal Cord Injury

21 Photographers + 21 People with Spinal Cord Injury = 21 Photo Stories about ABILITY The NATIONAL MUSEUM OF HEALTH + MEDICINE CHICAGO, with KEEPSAYK...

Many gyms not fully accessible to people in wheelchairs

(Reuters Health) - While some fitness centers may be accessible enough for wheelchairs to get through the door, most lack all of the accommodations...

Quadriplegic teacher helped make history

HOUSTON — After the head-on car crash, Lex Frieden thought he was OK. He’d been in the back seat, not the front, that fall night...