The Driving Force Community
The Driving Force online community is the first and only community to unite all voices from the mobility disability space to create greater understanding of how we can work toward a more mobility-inclusive world. You don’t have to be a driver to be a part of our movement — anyone living with a mobility disability and their caregivers are welcome to join.
Members will be invited to participate in surveys and polls so that we can collect your experiences and challengers, ensure they are heard and inform actions that drive mobility inclusion. Come back often to read the latest news about how BraunAbility and The Driving Force are driving social change.
News from The Driving Force
Read the latest stories, insights and actions The Driving Force has inspired to help build a more mobility-inclusive society.
Shane and Hannah Burcaw, known to their followers as Squirmy and Grubs, shared their experience and insights on interabled relationships, ableism, and disability allyship with an audience at the BraunAbility global HQ.
Do you know how to own your strengths AND weaknesses when preparing for a job? Here are 6 ways to own your disability and land your dream job.
Madeline Delp has spent most of her life with a spinal cord injury, and she’s made it her mission to drive inclusion efforts, literally. She’s an impassioned speaker, disability advocate, wheelchair adventurer, and more! As part of our 50th anniversary vision series, we asked her to share her hopes for what a more inclusive society would look like in the next 50 years.
Dr. Feranmi Okanlami is a practicing physician with a passion for making medical facilities more inclusive for individuals with mobility challenges. As part of our 50th anniversary, we asked Dr. O to share his hopes for how mobility and inclusion technology will evolve over the next 50 years.
Guest writer Ann Tisdale is the mother of Mighty Miss Maya, a tenacious young girl who is “living her life with cerebral palsy like a total boss.” As part of our 50th anniversary, we’ve asked advocates of the disability community to share their hopes for how mobility and inclusion will evolve over the next 50 years.
Contributor Shane Burcaw shares simple, everyday changes you can make to build a more understanding, accessible and equitable society for the disability community.
Whether you use a wheelchair or not, own your life and find creative ways to deal with the challenges that come your way.
Do you want to make a change in the world? If so, you may want to become an advocate. Learn how to be an advocate right here.
How my wife's new-found passion supporting the mobility disability community spurred a rebirth of my own advocacy
May is National Mobility Awareness Month, so we’re shining a light on what mobility means to people with physical disabilities and why it’s so important.
Autonomous vehicle travel has been closely followed by the disability community. Whether personal or public, automotive travel remains inaccessible for a significant number of people with disabilities.
BraunAbility guest blogger describes the challenges of keeping her child with a disability safe while waiting for a Covid vaccination.
Across the disability community there are people and programs driving positive change toward more inclusive employment practices.
The needs of the people we serve are the inspiration for everything we do. Meet the BraunAbility advisory council who aid in our mission for mobility inclusion.
A mentorship program helps students with disabilities gain networking and professional skills while giving mentors a greater understanding of the advantages of an inclusive work culture.
Diversity and inclusion thought leaders are trailblazers in the drive for more inclusion and diversity in leadership positions around the world.
Drive for Inclusion Ambassador Madeline Delp shares how she's learned to empower herself and others to move from being the victim to the hero of their life stories.
No amount of ramps can make up for the unemployment rate in the disability community. This checklist is a great place to start to ensure inclusion in the workplace.
When community members come together to make disability inclusion a priority, real impact can happen. Here’s our tips for how to get your community started.
Change starts with the person you see when you look in the mirror. If inclusion of people with disabilities is a priority for you, be sure you can check off each item on this list.
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