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
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.
Fatimah Fakhoury is leveraging her nutritional know-how to empower people living with paralysis to make the healthier food choices needed to improve bowel issues, heal pressure sores and control weight
Here are just a few of the wide range of products you'll find at Abilities Virtual Experience, Nov. 20-22. From high-end mobility devices to hilarious stocking-stuffers, they are all game changing in their own way.
The lifelong costs of a disability can be mind-blowing. If you are not taking advantage of a tax-advantaged ABLEnow disability savings account that won't impact your benefits, start! Start now.
Why just spotlight one product when you show off four? When it's adaptive sports, exercise devices, super cool wheelchairs or urological supplies that you may need while enjoying the other three, we got you.
A trip to the dentist is already nerve-racking for most. But when physical and intellectual disabilities are involved, important visits are often skipped. What if this could be alleviated by a team of sensitive, caring dental professionals that actually travel to your home? Now, it can.
Easterseals’ impactful programs underscore their mission to ensure all are respected, included and valued. The are determined to fundamentally shift society’s perceptions of disability. “Celebrate. Don’t separate.”
GMA Journalist and Mom Abbie Boudreau saw a problem and developed a product to solve it. Now these peekaboo socks are aiding individuals with AFOs, orthotics and sensory issues.
Here’s further proof that people with disabilities can adapt any product to fit their needs. What began as anti-slip grip tape to anchor devices has morphed into an indispensable, multifaceted tool for the disability community.
With its hands-free, balance-controlled motion, wheelchair users describe the Omeo as a totally new, super-cool experience—like the first time they rode a bike without the training wheels.
Kids with gross motor control impairments face additional health challenges from the inactivity. But not if your Trexo Home personal robotic gait trainer has anything to say about it!
ROWHEELS unique rear wheel propulsion chairs are back with more products at lower prices! By pulling backwards to propel forward, they are saving your shoulders, too!
Jarfette's one-of-a-kind line of adaptive clothing is super-stylish, socially aware and just plain makes it easier to get dressed in the morning.
Follow this roller coaster journey from elite athlete through a knock-down, drag-out battle with Rheumatoid Arthritis to trail blazing success with a company by wheelchair users, for wheelchair users.
Neuro-tech through your feet sounds incredible, but Voxx socks wearers have experienced increased stability, enhanced strength and reduced pain.
For as long as crutches have been a helpful mobility tool, there has been the challenge of where they go when they are not in use. Now, we have the solution.