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
This approach to rehabilitation relies on a more holistic approach to treating children with motor challenges in an effort to drastically improve their quality of life.
Operating under the belief that accessibility enables people to reach their full potential, Total Access Centre strives to thoroughly and seamlessly open the world to all.
Cheelcare's "Xceed" is as versatile as they come, offering 32 inches of height adjustment, exceptional user friendly ingress and egress capabilities and much more.
If your home is your castle, your potty is the throne. And, in the words of this writer, no one's throne should wobble.
A group of young Canadians have embarked on a campaign to wipe out the stigma that surrounds people with disabilities.
The ultimate rush is possible for thrill seekers from the disability community through iFly's nationwide All Abilities events.
In a travel emergency, this bright yellow lifting device facilitates the ability of first responders or fellow passengers to get you to safety.
With a focus on global development, NAPA Center combines occupational, physical and speech therapies to work in concert within the intensive model.
Attainable account can help you or a loved one to use federal tax-free savings to pay for qualified disability-related expenses.
Founded by a young man with Tourette's syndrome, this burgeoning non-profit pushes it's positive message of ability through a unique clothing and merchandise.
Groundbreaking new product solves the challenges of lacing footwear for people with disabilities.
This unique camp offers an authentic, memorable camping experience for kids and adults with special needs.
Conveniently portable, this sturdy shower chair collapses easily into a suitcase and helps to eliminate barriers for travelers with disabilities.
New mobility platform gets manual wheelchair users standing, enhancing maneuverability and independence.
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.
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.