Products & Services to Change Your Life
In six U.S. cities, Abilities Expo takes three days each year and brings as many products & services as possible under one roof, targeted for the full spectrum of people with disabilities. Attendees find mobility products, devices for people with developmental disabilities, medical equipment, home accessories, essential services, low-cost daily living aids, products for people with sensory impairments and much more. more
Can you say...perfect stocking stuffer? This daily living aid not only makes life easier, it does it without breaking the bank.
Is your next destination really accessible? Just check this new app which rates businesses based on the specific accessibility input from the community.
Leveraging cutting-edge tech, the SoftWheel absorbs the shock of unforgiving roads to give wheelchair users a smoother, more comfortable ride.
Developed by a dad whose daughter has Autism, this ingenious language app helps children who are nonverbal gain the confidence they need to communicate.
When something as simple as taking a refreshing drink is a community effort, innovations like this handy product go a long way toward reclaiming independence.
Meet Obi. This self-feeding device is smart, stylish, versatile and sure to bring relaxation and pleasure back to your dining experience.
Don’t think of WHILL as a wheelchair exactly. Think of it more as a next gen personal mobility vehicle whose cool, Star Trek-worthy design is poised to revolutionize the industry.
Adaptive bikes provide life-changing mobility, strength, self-esteem and the ultimate freedom for children, adults and veterans with disabilities. Project Mobility is determined to make that freedom happen.
Even if mobility is an issue, you can keep the muscled toned and the blood pumping with the customizable Stuck in Bed Fitness therapy system.
The Tabby Awards—the global competition for tablet apps and games—crowned a new app in the parents and users categories. Introducing Junganew, an innovative approach to learning sounds.
The Internet is vast with information of widely varying usefulness. Imuneek offers people with health concerns a one-stop hub for finding doctors, medical breakthroughs, relevant forums and other resources.
What started with one mom’s determination for her son to reach his full potential has become a preeminent center devoted to providing cutting-edge therapies for kids with developmental disabilities.
A resounding success in Europe, the Summit EL standing wheelchair is coming stateside. LA Abilities Expo attendees will get a sneak peek!
Though we wish everything were accessible, the realities are not always cooperative. In those cases, check out this new portable ramp from EZ-Access.
Wheelchair 88 offers a host of different chairs and mobility solutions but says the perfect one is the one that’s perfect for you.
From an onscreen to Braille translator to a specialized search engine for finding wheelchairs and adaptive vehicles, these free programs will help you in your online endeavors.
For those who spend time riding a wheelchair, this low-cost handgrip can improve performance and looks sharp in multiple colors.
The cost of your prescriptions should not make you feel worse than the condition you are treating. Good news—it doesn't have to!
When high-tech gizmos didn't achieve one quadriplegic's goal, he developed the perfect hand-held gadget to help.
Your opinion counts! Help BraunAbility build an even better accessible vehicle.
When urinary leg bags are a fact of life for millions of Americans, odds are you or someone you love will benefit from these tips on how to make life with a leg bag easier.
No one was purposely leaving Kiel Eigen out of the action. It's just that when his eye level was right around his friends' waist levels, it was hard not to feel like he was missing something. But that was before Quantum Rehab's iLevel tech evened his social playing field.
The secret is out! BraunAbility will reveal its new MXV Mobility Crossover Vehicle—an accessible vehicle that reflects your personality—at Abilities Expo New York Metro.
This stamp of approval means that your business has been educated to better understand, engage and serve customers with special needs.
Just in time for spring cleaning, Team Twardowski has been disability testing vacuum cleaners. To be accessible, vacuums need to do a lot more than suck. Read on for the dirt...
Don't you think you should be paid for your sage advice? We do. And so does VMI. Read on to see if you quality for their in-person focus group at the New York Metro Abilities Expo.
You're first impression will be: "No way, that's a toilet??" Oh, but it's so much more. ToiléChic offers a safer, more stable, more sanitary bathroom experience for those with challenges in that department. And, it looks like it belongs in your living room!
When the great outdoors beckons, this rough, tough, all-terrain chair from the UK is your cup of tea.
While children with autism may find the structured world of Minecraft transfixing, their parents worry over their exposure to nefarious players bent on destroying a positive, creative gaming experience. But not any more…
A mention of "disability products" tends to conjure images of big-ticket, high-tech devices. But sometimes, it's simple, household items like these ingenious cups that make the difference in your day.
After pioneering standing technology in the early 90s, Redman Power Chair spent the next couple decades perfecting their flagship product, the Chief.
While aftermarket vehicle conversion options abound, there is only one that comes off the production line fully accessible. Mobility Ventures' MV-1 is specifically designed with the disability community in mind.
Ford Mobility Motoring does more than just sell cars. They've developed a step-by-step program to help the disability community achieve driving independence.
A new adaptive all-terrain mobility machine, the GRIT Freedom Chair is primed to help US wheelchair users to move beyond the pavement.
Motion Concepts high quality line of power positioning and seating products are shaped around people.
Finally! A website devoted to reviews of the products that serve the community of people with disabilities. Welcome Crytico.com!
For the other 362 days or for those who are not able to join us at the Expo, there is Abilities365.com. This new and expanding online resource community is fast becoming the Community’s go-to site for information and, ultimately, solutions. The virtual space is home to products, services, videos, white papers, news and more, all of which can be easily targeted to an individual’s needs.