Summer is all about soaking up some sun, relaxing and spending time with the people who mean most to you. If you’re on a budget, going out or taking a vacation might not be an option, however there are inexpensive or free ways fill your summer with excitement! Here are...

With a mobility vehicle, the world is your oyster. Maneuvering is swift and easy on busy streets and in quiet suburbs; parks are no exception. The National Parks Service is a great agency and resource, abiding by the Americans with Disabilities Act (and other laws) while advocating for accessible trails...

Adaptive and Accessible Wintertime ActivitiesThe colder months have a tendency to leave us feeling sluggish and craving extended naps. Although getting enough sleep is important for all of us, keeping our bodies and minds active, especially in the winter when our bodies are running slower, is essential. Here are a...

Heroes Make History at National Veterans Wheelchair GamesEach year, hundreds of athletes come together to celebrate the largest annual wheelchair sports event in the world – the National Veterans Wheelchair Games. For the 34th time, the games will make history as national heroes take the competitions by storm.A sports and...

Photo Credit: Marcus Holman Photography; http://www.marcusphotography.net/JT’s Grommet Island Fully Accessible Oceanfront ParkThe first park of its kind in the United States, JT’s Grommet Island in Virginia Beach offers 100 percent accessible beachside fun for the whole family! While there are ways for those in wheelchairs or parents of children with...

Staying fit with wheelchair sportsWheelchair sports have seen a surge in popularity over the past few years. From Olympic competitions to locally organized events, more athletes with disabilities have discovered the excitement and thrill of competition that can be found in adaptive sports. Although designs have been made to make...

It’s no mystery that smartphones have completely changed the way we view our everyday activities. Whether we are communicating with loved ones across the country or snapping photos of our pets, our various devices are rarely ever more than an arm’s reach away. For people with disabilities, these devices have...