You might want to drive your accessible vehicle rather than fly. After recent news, the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) has issued more intensive search procedures—like pat-downs. Some of the more likely people to get pat-downs are people with disabilities. TSA rules state that anyone unable to be properly screened via...

If you are a person with disabilities and have, or are in the process of purchasing an accessible van, you probably know about the National Mobility Equipment Dealers Association’s Quality Assurance Program (QAP). The program was developed to elevate the level of mobility dealer performance to reliably meet a consumer’s...

We all appreciate the remote that locks and unlocks our cars. It’s great for individuals with disabilities who use wheelchair accessible or handicap vans or seniors with arthritis. But now there are “smart keys” (fobs) that do even more—and the number of vehicles that offer them has quadrupled in the...

  Adaptive skiing has become a popular sport for people with disabilities. Using adaptive equipment, adults, children and veterans with disabilities shush through the snow alongside family and friends. You can rent the special equipment at skiing facilities that are open to those with disabilities. A good instructor will fit...