Accessible Living - BraunAbility Article Library
In this section of the BraunAbility article library we focus on accessible living that range in topics from air travel 101 for wheelchair users to college tips for students with disabilities.
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You are the Holiday host, but is your house ready for guests with mobility issues? Find how to host an inclusive holiday party by making your home accessible.Continue Reading
Cory Lee has had the opportunity to fly on hundreds of airplanes over the last 20 years as a powered wheelchair user. Read his top tips on how to best prepare for a flight and highlights on what to expect when flying with a wheelchair.
If you’re looking for a safe place to call home for an older adult, you may have already considered an assisted living facility or a long-term care home. But, some seniors may prefer to stay in the comfort and familiarity of their current home.
Choose a New Year’s Resolution from simple to change-inspiring that suits your personality and identity as a person with a disability.
Driving aids allow people with disabilities the freedom to independently drive a wheelchair van or the handicap accessible vehicle of their dreams.
Uber and Lyft provide accessible transportation options, but passengers with disabilities may require additional planning. Download the app, request a wheelchair accessible vehicle if available, and communicate with the driver for a smoother experience.
BraunAbility gives back to its local community in Northwest Indiana by building ramps for those in need. This year, they had the opportunity to help a family with three generations of loyal service to BraunAbility.
Thoughtful and sensitive gift ideas for those with disabilities from advocacy for the disabled to sports, tech, and fashion gifts.
What makes a playground inclusive? What are the benefits of inclusive playgrounds? What is inclusive playground equipment? Read on to learn more.
Played from the floor, Sitting Volleyball is an accessible version of traditional volleyball that is played across the globe. Learn more about the differences between the two sports and how to get involved.
Considered America’s oldest team sport, lacrosse has been adapted for people who use wheelchairs with some differences from the traditional version.
Tee up for a game of wheelchair golf, an adaptive sport that can be played on golf courses across the world. With the use of modified golf carts and club aides, a round of 18 holes can be accessible to players of varying abilities.
Pickleball is quickly rising in popularity in the U.S. and can be adapted for play in a wheelchair. With equipment that is lighter than a tennis racquet and a smaller court, athletes of varying abilities can enjoy this adaptive sport.
Originally named "murderball," wheelchair rugby is an internationally recognized sport played in specialized wheelchairs adapted to handle high impact contact. Read on to learn more about this unique sport.
Unlike traditional soccer, power soccer athletes use specialized wheelchairs and adaptive equipment to maneuver a ball across the field and score goals. Learn more about this adaptation and how to get involved.
One of the most popular adaptive sports in the U.S., wheelchair basketball is loved by amateurs and professionals alike. Learn more about the game and how to get involved.
Finding accessible housing can take time and patience. Make it easier by learning about your rights and the resources available to help you in your accessible home search.
You are the Holiday host, but is your house ready for guests with mobility issues? Find how to host an inclusive holiday party by making your home accessible.
With a high demand for wheelchair accessible transportation, you can help disabled people in your community by starting a wheelchair accessible transportation business.
Mobility impairments and limitations are the most common type of disability in the U.S. If someone you know has a mobility impairment or disability, follow this guide to find helpful ways to support disabled people in your life.
Much of life is spent in our homes, which is why creating an accessible living space for those with disabilities is vital. Read on to find out how to make your home more wheelchair accessible.