Adaptive products and adaptive lifestyles go hand in hand. Our annual Consumer Guide shows you the tech — and the techniques — for living fully on wheels.
A review of the newest version of Dragon Dictation software.
News that a new iBOT is in the works has generated a lot of excitement and questions among wheelchair users.
Wheelchair luggage; A platform that someone could stand on behind the wheelchair; Easy to assemble shower chair.
Companies are introducing new or upgraded accessories to be enjoyed by people with a variety of disabilities.
Every year there are more smartphone apps designed to make an aspect of living with a disability a little bit easier. Here are three free and useful offerings available from Google Play and the iTunes App Store.
Abilities Expos provide a place to shop for products, try new activities and connect with peers.
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.
When scouring the new wheelchair technologies from abroad, what are the hottest of the hot?