What’s New at the Expo?
There are always new and exciting things to see and do at Abilities Expo! Here are just a few:
Ataxia Balance Crutches
The Ataxia Balance Crutch is the newer, better forearm crutch. Using a tree-like branch system of legs, the Ataxia Balance Crutch helps its users walk freely without issues such as wobbling or balance-loss.
Conversation Circles in the Meet Up Zone
Share a story. Ask a question. Listen in. Maybe meet someone that has had the same experience as you. Everyone is welcome to discuss to discuss such important disability issues as paratransit, travel, relationships, asking for help and more.
Emergency Preparedness for People with Disabilities
Learn vital personal preparedness tips to help individuals with disabilities and their caregivers create realistic plans to meet your needs, maintain your independence, and recover from emergency and disaster situations.
This hands-free drinking aid is designed to increase independence and improve the lives of those with physical disabilities and paralysis. With a 24-36 inch posable, stay-put straw and a system designed for mild to moderate reduced lung function, staying hydrated is now something you can handle on your own!
Featuring an ergonomically designed grip that controls a grasper at the bottom, Handycane upgrades your old cane from a plain walking stick into a useful multi-tool. It’s got the finesse to pick up a dime off the floor and the strength to lift a full bottle of wine.
iRamps from Feal
These portable ramps have met with rave reviews form the community. A whopping 30% lighter than others on the market, these carbon fiber ramps are portable, lightweight, rigid, strong and crafted with your freedom and safety in mind.
Living Well with Chronic Pain
With pain affecting 100 million American adults, sometimes you have to take matters into your own hands. From traditional approaches to alternative therapies, discover steps you can take on your own—today—to gain some of your life back from pain.
We accessorize ourselves with jewelry, hats, belts and more, so why not our wheelchairs? myXpression offers a range of wheelchair seatbelt and headrest covers you show off your unique style.
Play Brigade aims to find new, more thoughtful ways to approach "typical" play. By shaping activities where all children can feel included and play together, Play Brigade can include more kids, more families and more caregivers in an inclusive world of play.
Toys R Abilities Expo! Your little ones will love PunkinFutz’ inclusive collection of products and accessories. They are all about fun and functionality, while promoting independence, growth and self-expression.
Stop worrying about unsafe situations and start being prepared. The IMPACT:Ability curriculum teaches people with disabilities to recognize unsafe situations and respond with effective self-protective behaviors.
Sephure is a disposable, single use suppository applicator that enables patients to quickly, hygienically and comfortably administer rectal suppositories. Designed by a Crohn’s patient who had IBS, Sephure has a unique patented technology that allows air to escape the body during the administration of medication and withdrawal of the device.
SoftWheel from Numotion
Take SoftWheel by Numotion for a spin! Get a first-hand look at our innovative, in-wheel suspension technology that absorbs impact shocks and vibrations, which helps minimize pain and fatigue often endured with daily wheelchair use.
Work Without Limits
This statewide network of engaged employers and innovative, collaborative partners has a goal—to position Massachusetts as the first state in the nation where the employment rate of people with and without disabilities is equal.
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