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2014 Adpative Holiday Gift Guide

2014 (Adaptive) Holiday Gift Guide

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It’s that time of year again. Get a jumpstart on your holiday shopping with our quick guide to great gifts. These presents are not only thoughtful and sought-after, they’re also incredibly practical, ensuring your loved ones with disabilities…
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Winter Prep: How to Drive in Snow, Slush and Ice

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Wintertime means a wonderland of snow for many parts of the country. While this might brighten the spirits of young kids and those in the holiday spirit, when it comes to driving, snow requires a new set of skills to handle the elements. For…
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Four Ways to Instantly Improve Your Mood

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We all have days when every traffic light is seemingly plotting against us, tasks are difficult and time is simply not on our side. On days like those, even the smallest things can seem like giant obstacles in getting through our day. The next…
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Roadside Assistance

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Getting stuck on the road isn't any fun! Roadside Assistance for Drivers with Disabilities Getting stuck on the side of the road due to a vehicle malfunction can be a major inconvenience and can keep you from achieving your goals for the day.…
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Abilities Expo 2014

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Don’t Miss the Last Legs of the Abilities Expo 2014 Offering free workshops and an exhibit hall filled with the latest in mobility and adaptive technologies, the Abilities Expo has been providing information and assistance to persons with…
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The Importance of Regular Wheelchair Accessible Vehicle Maintenance

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Whether it’s an oil change or tire rotation, regularly servicing your wheelchair accessible vehicle can help save you time and money, as well as keep you safe on the road. Just as our bodies begin to show the signs of aging, cars, SUVs and…
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Helping First Time Disabled Drivers with Mobility Equipment Master the Road

First time disabled drivers with mobility equipment face unique milestones and considerations when preparing for the road. Parents and caregivers must seriously consider if they feel their child or loved one with a disability is adequately prepared for driver education. While that is a decision for each party to make individually, we offer advice for those who would like to begin preparing for the day their loved one takes the wheel.
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The New Year Brings New Traffic and Vehicle Maintenance Laws

With the New Year, comes new traffic and vehicle maintenance laws. The freedom that driving delivers, also bears great responsibility, so please see this selection of new laws for the roadways
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Parking Permitted, Right?

Luckily, there are parking permissions in place for those with disabilities. Not only does such parking allow for easier access to store fronts and by offering closer proximity, but enlarged parking spaces also accommodate adaptive vehicles…
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Secure Your Mobility Independence with a Driver’s License

The desire to drive and be independent can become a reality for many people with disabilities. But, just like any driver, before you can get behind the wheel of a wheelchair accessible vehicle or modified vehicle, you must receive your driver’s…