Wheelchair vans have come a very long way since their humble beginnings. With new mechanical technology being introduced each year, accessible vans have quickly become powerful, reliable equipment for individuals and families living with disabilities. Conversely, all the new bells and whistles can make shopping for the right accessible vehicle...

Tampa, Fla. – The National Mobility Equipment Dealers Association (NMEDA) announced the passage of federal legislation to improve the administration of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs’ (VA) Automobile Adaptive Equipment (AAE) Program for disabled veterans. Under the Veterans Mobility Safety Act, vendors participating in the AAE Program will be...

Earlier this month, we talked about how caregivers can provide even better care by taking time to tend to their own needs. To continue our focus on caregivers during National Family Caregivers Month, today we're covering five useful things to consider when shopping for wheelchair accessible vehicles. Will you always...

As we settle into the fall and holiday season, people are starting to plan those yearly road trips to visit family and friends around the country. The miles you put on your handicap accessible vehicle from daily use can take a toll on its overall condition. So, before getting on...

Take Care to Give Care—this is the overarching theme for this year's National Family Caregivers Month. Caregivers typically have quite a bit on their plate and this November, we're reminding these dedicated professionals and family members of the importance of taking time to take care of themselves, too. Here are...

For many healthcare providers, patient readmission is a large concern. Recently, studies have shown that almost one in four patients face hospital readmission within 30 days. This startling fact has inspired technology companies in the U.S. and abroad to explore new ways of improving patient care and disability resources. Leading...