Celebrating Tim Gilmer. Ian Ruder Takes the Helm. Paralyzed Soccer Fan Donates Wheelchair to Russian Man During FIFA World Cup in Moscow. IZ Adaptive Relaunches and Expands. What's New in Accessible Vehicle Peripherals.
The much-loved brand IZ Adaptive announced it be relaunching in September
New Mobility’s Biweekly Newsletter – November 1, 2017 GalleryAssistive Devices, Automative, Bathrooms, Beds, Cushions, Fashion, Handrims, Newsletter, Relationships & Sexuality, Sports, Standing frames, Technology & Products, Transportation, Travel, Wheelchairs
Tommy Hilfiger, Cat & Jack Offer new Adaptive Clothing Lines. The Fastest Wheelchair - Maybe! Three Great Accessible Travel Agents. Seven Budget-Friendly Products for a High-Performance Home Gym. Relieving Foot Pressure With Shoe Fixes. Share Your Couple Story.
A look at GlideWear for men and women - undies made for especially for wheelchair users to protect skin and reduce the friction and shear that cause pressure sores.
Finding shoes that fit right and are easy to use can be difficult. Here are two solutions to spare your feet.
Tommy Hilfiger and Cat & Jack have new adaptive clothing lines.
A new fashion conversation that fashion is for everybody. Keep this conversation trending.
From the runways of Los Angeles and Moscow to department stores and online shopping, adaptive fashion is moving out of designers’ basements and into the spotlight.
The concept behind Open Style Lab sounds like a spinoff of the hit fashion reality show Project Runway except all the clients are people with disabilities.
Razz Cue, a 52-year-old writer from Las Vegas and a C5-6 incomplete quadriplegic, generally settles for off-the-rack clothing but finds the selection rarely meets his specific needs. “Some designs work better than others, but I wish I could find ...