Apr 28 2013

ALS (Lou Gherigs Disease) and my walk to defeat it

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I had never really heard of ALS, (Lou Gherigs Disease)….until it happened to someone I knew.  It was my last year of high school when I learned that one of…

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Apr 23 2013

Hotwheels versus 101 Mobility in Adaptive Hockey

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Power wheelchair hockey is a form of adaptable street hockey in which all players use a wheelchair or power chair. Power wheelchair hockey provides a physical and competitive outlet for people with Muscular…

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Apr 21 2013

Wheelchair Accessible National Parks and Monuments

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National Parks are regarded as America’s greatest national treasures. In 1916, the National Park Service was commissioned; their purpose is to set aside and maintain pieces of land for all…

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Apr 12 2013

When Hoarding Complicates Your Spring Cleaning Plans — and How to Overcome It

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by Michelle Seitzer At this time of year, most people are thrilled to open the windows and air out the house after a long winter, then promptly commence the season…

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Apr 11 2013

Turning Seats for Cars, Trucks, Vans and SUVs: FAQs

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What Should I Know Before Purchasing a Turning Seat? Turning automotive seats are individual seats that can be installed into a vehicle to provide better mobility for the driver or…

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Apr 01 2013

Don’t Try This At Home (If You Want to Age in Place)

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by Michelle Seitzer Aging in place, otherwise known as staying home for as long as possible, is what most people want for their lives. They want to be independent, comfortable,…

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Apr 01 2013

How the National MS Society and 101 Mobility Rochester Changed a Life

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Local New York mobility dealer, 101 Mobility Rochester, recently teamed up with the Upstate New York National Multiple Sclerosis Society to find out how they could do something about multiple…

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