Check out some of the latest adaptive technology: a wheelchair treadmill, a computer-controlled orthotic, and a rotating bed!
I always love bringing you the newest innovations in adaptive tech that can help us thrive. All three of these devices were honorees at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Mobility devices for people with disabilities are becoming more sophisticated than ever. Here are two of the latest, both of which balance on just two wheels.
It’s always exciting when someone comes up with a new, innovative wheelchair that can help us thrive. Here are four that recently caught my eye.
A new spinal cord injury rehabilitation suit driven by artificial intelligence should lead to more effective treatment after a spinal cord injury.
Cutting-edge 3D printing technology for wheelchairs is set to make production more efficient, more personalized, and cheaper.
People with paralyzed hands could soon regain function in their fingers, thanks to a new device being developed by German university researchers.
Every so often, I post about the latest adaptive equipment that catches my eye. Here’s a roundup of six pieces of gear you might find helpful – maybe even transformative.
New Carbon Fiber Scooter Auto Folds and Has Airline-Friendly Batteries. Here’s How it Compares to Similar Travel Scooters.
A new carbon fiber scooter will make it easier for people with disabilities to travel by air, bus, cruise ship, or car.