With age, it’s natural for behavioral and driving habits to change. As we get older, it’s important to notice these changes and adjust appropriately for our benefit as well as for others. When driving is concerned, driving defensively is always suggested, but aging means you should be aware of that...

The search of finding a suitable prosthetic can be time-consuming and difficult. For children, it’s much harder to customize a suitable hand device due to growth, which can quickly make them unusable. Thankfully, finding handicap mobility equipment solutions is easier than ever with the advancement of 3D printers and more...

Imagine using your facial muscles to propel yourself to wherever you wanted to go—imagine no more. Through the work of Limbitless Solutions, with the vision of creating solutions for people with disabilities, a new device that moves wheelchair users using facial movements exists. This groundbreaking innovation, made from a 3D...

The summer is a great time to take a vacation and explore the open road, but it’s always necessary to keep in mind the proper equipment and adaptations to keep you and your family safe. It’s important to know about these modifications and which ones may be right for you...

With more and more people with disabilities entering the workforce each year, the demand for increased accessibility on job sites continues to grow. While many places of employment adhere to ADA standards, there are other things to consider when looking to improve accessibility. If you’ve just started a new job...

Portable Ramps Offer Accessible Solutions Portable wheelchair ramps are a durable yet relatively inexpensive alternative to permanent ramps or lifts. Ideal for use in situations where permanent fixtures are not convenient or available, most portable ramps can be safely used by both scooter and wheelchair users to access vehicles, homes,...

Steering Aids: Which to Choose? Choosing the right steering aid for handicap accessible vehicles can make a driver’s experience behind the wheel safer and more comfortable. For those living with disabilities, these modifications may mean transferring control from one part of the body to another or reducing the effort...