Cars and driving >Cars and driving

Driving is quite possible for many people living with paralysis even those with very limited hand and arm function.

Home modification >Home modification

The world isn't flat. The concept of universal design goes beyond ramps, retrofits and curb cuts.

Traveling with your wheelchair >Traveling with your wheelchair

We asked four wheelchair travelers to share their real-world experiences and provide tips for your next adventure.

Top travel tips >Top travel tips

Hit the road, book a cruise, board a flight – prepare for your next adventure with these helpful tips.

Stay healthy on the road >Stay healthy on the road

Tips and advice on how to hit the road and take on adventure, but not sacrifice your health.

Video series: Accessible travel >Video series: Accessible travel

From renting a car to booking your hotel, these videos help you prepare for your next trip.

Webcast: Accessible air travel >Webcast: Accessible air travel

Wheelchair assistance in the airport, traveling with a wheelchair, using the bathroom during flight

Adaptive Tools for Independence: Cooking Tools >Adaptive Tools for Independence: Cooking Tools

Prepare a complex meal using adaptive tools, along with regular kitchen items to make cooking possible.

Adaptive Tools for Independence: Make up >Adaptive Tools for Independence: Make up

Make up application techniques for those with limited mobility.

Adaptive Tools for Independence: Starting Your Day >Adaptive Tools for Independence: Starting Your Day

Tips for starting your day for those with limited mobility.

Adaptive Tools for Independence: Household Chores >Adaptive Tools for Independence: Household Chores

Tips for cleaning up and completing household chores for those with limited mobility.

Adaptive Tools for Independence: Universal Design >Adaptive Tools for Independence: Universal Design

Tips for the homes homes of people living with paralysis.

Adaptive Tools for Independence: Tools and Techniques for Parenting a Baby >Adaptive Tools for Independence: Tools and Techniques for Parenting a Baby

Tips for parenting more accessible from a wheelchair.

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