When obstacles to everyday living pop up, creative imagination devises gizmos, gadgets and gimplements.
Unable to move his fingers and with limited hand use, Dave Kott knew he needed adaptive shop tools to create his ideas. He and a friend developed simple adaptations to allow him to work more on his own.
If you have limited use of your arms or hands, eating can be a messy adventure.
A review of the newest version of Dragon Dictation software.
Self-tying sneakers are no longer just some wild idea from a movie, as Nike gets set to release its HyperAdapt 1.0 onto the market at the end of November.
The Redliner activity monitor may prevent shoulder injuries by alerting manual wheelchair users when they are pushing too hard.
Soon those willing to pay $349 can wander into traffic or fall off cliffs chasing the elusive Pikachu just like everyone else.
Judi Chapman invented the Care E On companion platform because she couldn’t keep up with her husband’s wheelchair. Ankle problems had slowed Judi down ...
The wheelchair travel gods may have finally heeded the prayers of wheelers frustrated by the difficulty of hauling luggage.