Oct 31 2013

Kids Flaunt Breathtaking Wheelchair Costumes in School-wide Parade

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From what started out as pieces of cardboard, random pipes, and yards of duct tape transformed into a dream come true for students at Codington Elementary. Teachers, parents, and students…

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Oct 30 2013

Wheelchairs Can’t Rain on Codington’s Halloween Parade

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The students in Ms. Bishop’s special needs class could not be more excited for Halloween. Being in a wheelchair can sometimes limit them with costume choices, but the tides are…

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Oct 29 2013

In Shifting Housing Market, A Home Elevator Adds Value

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If you’re looking for ways to add value to your home and give yourself a competitive edge in the market — one that will likely be dominated by families caring…

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Oct 28 2013

“The challenges of being a special needs teacher have nothing to do with the students.”

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Vanessa Bishop, a special needs educator at Codington Elementary School in Wilmington, NC, shares her insights on how her teaching experiences shaped her views on children and the disabled. 1.    …

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Oct 25 2013

Accessible Travel at Virginia Beach

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Guest blogger: Merlyn Crawford Franchise Support Account Manager at 101 Mobility. Venturing out to the shores of Virginia Beach? Look no further for great and easily accessible spots to go on…

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Oct 23 2013

10 Brilliant DIY Wheelchair Costume Ideas for Halloween

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Check out our wheelchair costume ideas put into practice from our very own team of service technicians. Below are 10 brilliant DIY Halloween costumes that you can whip up in just…

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Oct 22 2013

Bright Employee Triumphs over Hearing Loss

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Kelly Mercer, a graphic designer/web developer at 101 Mobility, received an Outstanding Employee Award at the 2013 National Disability Employment Awareness Month Awards in Wilmington, NC. Despite having hearing loss,…

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Oct 15 2013

Lady Liberty Is Accessible to All

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By Michelle Seitzer Current news (as of October 12, 2013): The government shutdown caused the Statue of Liberty’s doors to close 12 days ago. However, New York has allocated dollars…

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Oct 07 2013

5 Places to Improve Access at Your Home

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While you or a loved one is aging in place, it’s important to keep your home as safe and hazard free as possible. Certified Aging in Place Specialist (CAPS) Gordon…

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Oct 01 2013

7 Flexible Work Opportunities for At-Home Caregivers

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by Michelle Seitzer Caring for a loved one at home can be an expensive undertaking, and one that can often place caregivers and their families in a financially vulnerable position….

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