Tuesday, August 11, 2020

Tag: YOUTUBE

How a Man With Tetraplegia Plays Gran Turismo Sport with His Mouth

Published: December 19, 2018 | Spinal Cord Injury:

Injured in a motorcycle accident, Alvaro Blanco is now able to play video games with something called a Quadstick.

After a motorcycle accident injured his spinal cord, Alvaro Blanco was no longer able to use his hands and feet to control his favorite racing game — but that wasn’t about to stop him from playing. Now, Alvaro uses a special controller known as a Quadstick to play GT Sport using only his mouth.

Quadriplegic Drives 2016 Corvette Z06 — Jay Leno’s Garage

Published: July 8, 2017 | Spinal Cord Injury: ,

Driving with a disability can be a huge accomplishment, whether it is an amputation or something more severe. In Sam Schmidt’s case, it couldn’t get more severe. In 2001 Sam was paralyzed when his race car went backwards into the wall at 210 mph. Sam’s doctors were thinking he may not live the year but Sam defied the odds and currently lives life as a quadriplegic.

Washing Hands – How To | Quadriplegic (C5,C6,C7)

Published: July 6, 2017 | Spinal Cord Injury: , , ,

Washing hands after experiencing a Spinal Cord Injury is an important role in preventing UTI’s (Urinary Tract Infections).

After Car Crash, This Quadriplegic Beauty Enthusiast Found Renewed Purpose In Vlogging

Published: March 1, 2017 | Spinal Cord Injury:

Steph AielloRarely are the phrases ‘beauty tutorial’ and ‘inspirational tour de force’ used in the same sentence, though the vlogger Steph Aiello may be a unique exception. Left paralyzed from the waist down and with limited use of her hands and wrists after a car accident, Aiello has found a renewed sense of purpose through her passion for makeup and vlogging — and she’s building a burgeoning social presence in the process.

Aiello, now 26, fell asleep at the wheel and crashed into the desert back in 2010 on a car trip from Las Vegas to California, the Daily Mail reports. A friend riding with her at the time did not survive the accident. Aiello, who was supposed to begin cosmetology school the very next day, spent months in the hospital in recovery.

#ThisIsHowI Show What’s Possible!

Published: February 21, 2017

The incredible 2+ months of #ThisIsHowI photos and videos has shown us that this is what AbleThrive is all about. So rather than end the campaign, we’re baking it into our culture to continue to bring awareness and visibility to the lives and abilities of people with disabilities around the world. This is how we shatter stereotypes and show what’s possible- so we hope you’ll keep sharing your photos and videos and tag us moving forward.

InfiniteInclusion Flashmob by Infinite Flow – A Wheelchair Dance Company

Published: November 15, 2016

Infinite Flow, a nonprofit and America’s first professional wheelchair ballroom dance company, performed a massive flash mob at 4:30pm on Sunday November 13, 2016 at the Venice Beach Boardwalk.

How-To: Yoga Poses from Your Wheelchair

Published: October 11, 2016

yoga-poses-from-your-wheelchairAdaptive Yoga

Yoga – is this evoking images of a human pretzel? The good news is that you don’t have tie yourself in a knot to reap the benefits of yoga. Whether you are in a wheelchair or power chair, yoga is an adaptable activity for people of all abilities.

Benefits of Practicing Yoga

  • Increased strength, balance and flexibility — both mental and physical
  • Greater lung capacity
  • Reduced levels of stress, tension and anxiety
  • Improved mental clarity and focus
  • Improved sense of well-being
  • More restful sleep

Best Wheelchair Yoga Videos on YouTube

Mower Attachment for disabled people in wheelchairs

Published: July 7, 2016 | Spinal Cord Injury:

A man’s friend wanted to be able to mow the yard after his legs have lost function from M.S. so he built him this.

SCI-U | Healthy living starts here

Published: September 2, 2015

SCI-U is a series of 10 multimedia courses about learning to live with spinal cord injury. The courses have been designed to give you the information you need to live a healthy, active life. They were developed by people who live with SCI, in collaboration with researchers and clinicians.

TheAbility411’s YouTube Channel

Published: February 15, 2012
TheAbility411

This is place where people can come and ask questions regarding living with and/or wanting to learn more about people who live with a disability. We have five Vloggers who have all spent many years living life on wheels, and each week they will bring you their knowledge and opinions regarding a topic or answers to your questions. This is a “safe” and non-discriminatory channel, so feel free to ask us what you will (within reason.)