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We’ve all seen the paint-lined parking spaces reserved for wheelchair vans and other accessible vehicles — but how often is there something parked there that shouldn’t be? Whether hazard lights are flashing in a “one moment, we’ll be right back” way or just plain parked, it’s a problem. That’s why BraunAbility launched the Drive for…

Thankful for Safe Mobility Equipment - Customer Story Many people are not aware that all mobility equipment is not created equal.   There are hundreds of mobility solutions on the market that are only sold on the Internet, which can save consumers money, however many of those products are not tested for safety or reliability. Ability...
How Weather is Dangerous for People with Disabilities Courtesy of Summit Disability Law Group Along with snowmen and icicles, winter increases the risk of frostbite, increased joint stiffness and pain, and hypothermia.  However, even with winter over, there are still some weather risks we should all be aware of. The warmer weather can present different but equally dangerous...
Ability Center Celebrates Southern AZ PVA Team’s Success in the Annual National Veterans Wheelchair Games Ability Center, a longtime leader in the mobility industry, celebrated the success of PVA team members from southern Arizona in the Annual National Veterans Wheelchair Games. Ability Center, one of the nation’s leading providers of handicap vans and wheelchair lifts...
Las Vegas Electrician Makes life Transitions Ability Center - Las Vegas There To Help "My, how our lives have changed in the last month. In 1987 I received a back injury while working as an Electrician in Las Vegas totally disabling me and causing back operations that were quite unsuccessful. As time has gone on...
Wheelchair Lacrosse League is rolling "What's special about (wheelchair) lacrosse is that it has opened up doors for guys who haven't been really interested in anything (since their injury). They're here because they love lacrosse," said Baker, a 38-year-old paraplegic who organized the nation's first wheelchair lacrosse league here 16 months ago. "It's different. It's...