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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The 2020 outbreak of the novel coronavirus COVID-19 is a major threat to members of the population with chronic diseases or disabilities.Continue Reading
Finding the right kind of ramps for wheelchairs can be difficult. Read on to find out how to choose ramps and driving aids that are suited to your needs.
If someone you live with has a disability, it is important to ensure that you're living in a handicap accessible house. Here's a simple guide to help you out.
Ready for REAL ID? Every air traveler over the age of 18 will need a REAL ID-compliant driver’s license or another acceptable form of ID to fly within the U.S.
Accessible (and affordable!) Spring Break destinations are out there -- and they are fun for the whole family. Visit Arizona, California, or Florida for an unfailingly good time.
Purchasing a wheelchair is a big investment. So, which one is best for your particular needs? Here are 5 important things to know before you buy a wheelchair.
This Valentine’s Day, we looked at ways of showing our love for the caregivers in our lives. According to a poll, half of respondents say they wish they were thanked more often for what they do.
Mobility workouts or wheelchair workouts can look different, but some basic chair exercises work your arms, shoulders and core.
Priscilla Hedlin, mother of three and author of the WheelchairMommy blog, shares her tips on how to hit all of your holiday parties in style this season.
Brett Eastburn has driven around the country showing his disability is really an ability, but competing for handicap accessible parking is a challenge.
When looking to make a home wheelchair accessible, expert Rosemarie Rossetti says focusing your budget on the kitchen and bathrooms is a smart investment.
Charles Stites founded the non-profit group, Able Flight. The organization works to give scholarships to people who have physical disabilities for the purpose of obtaining a Sport Pilot license.
November is National Family Caregivers Month, a time to recognize the hard, unpaid work that members of our families provide for loved ones with health challenges.
Nervous about flying with a disability? Don't be! Our guest bloggers give you tips and tricks to make your next flight the most comfortable ever.
Just getting started finding personal options for accessible travel? We've laid out your options with lifts, vans and financing your mobility aid of choice.
Imagine if someone with disabilities were able to operate their own vehicle because it drove itself? Introducing: the world of automated vehicles.
Access Leisure, an organization providing disabled community members over 500 recreational experiences annually, received the 5th Spirit of Ability award.
Still need help with gift ideas for a wheelchair user in your life? Complete your Christmas shopping and get them something they actually want this year!
College can be an intimidating time with so many changes, but there are things that make adjusting a little easier if you have a disability on campus.
Quadriplegic and former IndyCar racer Sam Schmidt today became the first person to receive a semi-autonomous vehicle license in the world.
Questioning how to start getting dogs comfortable around wheelchairs? Learn pet behavior and tips to help your dog adjust to a wheelchair and their user.
If you have a temporary disability or a permanent disability, there is a handicap parking permit available for your needs through your local DMV.