There are many types of driving devices available that require minimum effort for steering or are designed especially for quadriplegics, those with prosthesis and those with limited grip strength. Some are customized according to individual needs. Steering Column Extension Brings the steering wheel 2 -6″ closer to the wheelchair driver....

  Traveling can be unpredictable; even more so for two classes of travelers: seniors and those with a disability. Thankfully, there are insurance specialist providers that offer travel insurance or travel assistance for those with mobility issues or a history of disease. You might want one if you travel far...

For seniors and those with progressive muscle weakness, like MS, MD and others who have trouble driving, hand controls can compensate for decreasing strength and range of motion. Occupational therapists often recommend such devices. Low-tech hand controls are less costly ($100s) than high-tech ones ($1,000s), although electronics can be used...