Products & Services to Change Your Life
In seven 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
The world's first-ever 3D-printed titanium and carbon wheelchair is poised to revolutionize the mobility industry, merging form and function for a completely customized user experience.
This revolutionary new hiking system allows families to experience the Great Outdoors together. Explore the journey from concept to creation and witness its profound impact.
Lighthouse' commitment to empowering the visually impaired community includes employment, vocational rehab, professional development, assistive tech and more.
For someone having trouble with strength, balance, endurance or fear of falling, the Zeen is a walker, a rollator and a wheelchair all rolled into one.
The Hominid X builds wearable tools to help people reclaim the use of their hands. Fiber empowers the user with a secure grip around almost any object.
The new URO Urinary Suspensory System, an alternative to painful leg straps, stores your leg bag securely in the interior pockets of a comfortable undergarment.
Remarkable is paving the way for next-level Brain Computer Interface, wearable grasping aids, reusable catheters, accessible technology control and so much more!
Using spacesuit technology, this innovative gait trainer leverages air pressure to lift a person off the ground, making walking and balancing far easier.
Learn about dozens of adaptive sports, discover hundreds of programs and embrace an active lifestyle with The Active Project from the Kelly Brush Foundation.
With an eye for sustainability, style and functionality, the Rollz rollator has created innovative add-ons to customize your device to your disability.
As the first bed-to-wheelchair-and-back self-transfer system, UpLyft allows disabled people the freedom to perform daily routine tasks independently.
This device safely lifts a fallen person from the floor, eliminating the need for a 911 call. IndeeLift transforms a stressful fall into a non-event and restores dignity and independence.
Constructing a wide selection of beds that ensure a safe night's sleep for people with disabilities is paramount for the folks at SleepSafe Beds. It's even in the name!
The assistive technology that could change the game for kids with disabilities are often out of reach. Be An Angel is there to supply hearing aids and more where needed.
The seven zones of entrapment are no match for these safety beds. To ensure the safest sleep, Love Rehab has exceeded FDA requirements with new features that address sensory stabilization, better ventilation and more.
CORE's work in Activity Based Training to promote neuro-rehabilitation goes far beyond traditional physical therapy. And the results speak for themselves.
CBD products have become a go-to source to reduce inflammation, relieve pain, battle insomnia and more. Find out why it words, where to get it and how it can be more affordable.
Assistive robots can make a massive difference in the lives of the disability community and those with age-related mobility issues. With the Labrador Retriever, a better quality of life is within reach.
This innovative, lightweight, sleek alternative to standard crutches and wheelchairs is poised to transform mobility, safety and confidence for below knee amputees.
Do you have an idea that will make a difference? Selected start-ups can join Remarkable's program to receive expert support, access to end users and up to $75,000 to get their game-changing inventions on the market.
When HandiCup creator Chris Stigas saw a need for a mounted cup holder that worked for wheelchair users with limited hand function, nothing—not disability, not Covid—was going to stand in his way.
Good-bye, sterile-looking aluminum walker with tennis ball feet. Hello, super-stylish and versatile Afari All-Terrain Walker that says, "Look out world, here I come!" Let's go for a spin.
Want to live at home and hire friends or family to support you? With self-determination, you can. GT Independence is with you all the way, handling your payroll, taxes and all the other nitty-gritty. All so you can focus on you.
Determined to meet the immediate needs of the disability community, two AT pioneers developed Abilitare products to give people hands-free access to their computers and Smartphones.
Now your morning coffee can be more accessible! Hyper-focused on usability and inclusivity, CURVD Mugs are designed to accommodate a larger audience of people with disabilities and limb differences.
Now THIS is a bandwagon you want to jump on. Cheelcare has assembled a prize pack that will send your holiday spirit into orbit. The bonus: Dallas Abilities Expo attendees get extra entries!
This revolutionary text to speech device is a game changer for people with vision and learning disabilities. It conveys visual information audibly, reading text from any flat surface and identifying faces, in an effort to boost independence and freedom for those whose need it.
Created by a mom for her wheeling child, this ingenious device tracks exactly what your butt has been up to in terms of positioning and pressure so that you can spy a risk before it becomes a problem…like a pressure sore.
Whether it's adventure on the open road or a quick trip to the market, the brand-new Winnebago Roam is the whole package. The accessibility features are first-class and, with the smaller size, you can still fit in a parking space.
The impact of cannabidiol (CBD) on the disability community can not be overstated and it's effect on pain, inflammation, insomnia and anxiety are well-documented. Wellness company Inflamade is poised with CBD-only products to help.
It's a common theme for parents of children with disabilities. If you can't find the thing to help your kid, create it. But Rose Morris took it a step further. She invented product after product, and shared it with the world.
Share Meadows, a residential community for people with developmental disabilities, credits their success in providing vocational training and other support in a profound respect for each individual.
Technicians driven by the desire to change lives are receiving expert, hands-on instruction in the construction of the orthotics and prosthetics that help people find their way back to a physically active lifestyle. Here's how it works...
Do you have a loved one who may not immediately see, hear or understand instructions given by law enforcement due to a physical or intellectual disability? This simple product will make emergency personnel aware of the situation and could save lives.
BE Alink's invention has taken off and is fast becoming a movement! People all over the world are staying active and pushing their limits with the help of this eye-catching mobility device.