iLevel® Technology Empowers Veterans

If you are a veteran that is living with a medical condition that affects your mobility and your ability to complete daily activities, you should consider whether a custom wheelchair may be right for you. You deserve to have more independence in the home and Quantum Rehab® designs custom wheelchair models to help those livingContinue reading “iLevel® Technology Empowers Veterans”

Pride/Quantum Complete United Spinal Association’s ADA Corporate Challenge

Pride Mobility/Quantum Rehab recently completed the United Spinal Association’s ADA Corporate Challenge. The company took the challenge and submitted feedback, along with a video, demonstrating their commitment to an inclusive workplace and how it is helping employees with disabilities grow and succeed. The United Spinal Association’s campaign aims to raise awareness of the importance ofContinue reading “Pride/Quantum Complete United Spinal Association’s ADA Corporate Challenge”

Edge 3 Stretto® Named HME Business New Product Award 2020 Winner

HME Business magazine has named the Edge 3 Stretto® Power Chair one of the winners of its New Product Award 2020 contest. The Edge 3 Stretto won in the “Mobility – Power & Manual Wheelchairs” category. The HME Business New Product Award honors outstanding product development achievements by HME manufacturers and service providers. This wasContinue reading “Edge 3 Stretto® Named HME Business New Product Award 2020 Winner”

The Power of Choice with Q-Logic 3

When discussing with your therapist about which narrow power wheelchair is right for you, remember that you have choices! While your new narrow motorized wheelchair must meet your medical needs, quality-of-life needs are just as important. At Quantum, we understand the importance of maintaining independence in and outside the home, which is why we designContinue reading “The Power of Choice with Q-Logic 3”

Survey Says: Part Two

In my previous blog, I discussed the benefits of power mobility, such as independent repositioning and the ability to customize a chair to meet a client’s specific needs. In part two, I discuss how power mobility provides a client with greater access and control. Access to More Environments As we all know life is notContinue reading “Survey Says: Part Two”

Survey Says: Part One

A few evenings ago, my family and I were sitting back and enjoying one of our favorite shows (at least a show that most of my family can agree upon), Family Feud. As I am sure most of you are aware, the host starts out each question with “We surveyed a hundred people…” I thoughtContinue reading “Survey Says: Part One”

Emily Ladau: Sharing Stories to Empower Others

As someone who has lived with a disability all her life, Emily Ladau knows the value of assistive technology. As a child, she used a walker to get around, but it wasn’t easy for her. When Emily finally started using a power chair in high school, it was like a door had opened. “I wasn’tContinue reading “Emily Ladau: Sharing Stories to Empower Others”

Adaptive Costumes and Halloween Safety

It’s officially October! It’s the month of falling leaves, pumpkins, candy, ghosts, goblins and vampires! In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, your Halloween celebration may be a little different this year. Always remember to be safe, wear a mask when you’re around others and maintain social distancing. In honor of this spook-tacular month, we’veContinue reading “Adaptive Costumes and Halloween Safety”

Resources for Finding an Accessible Home

Finding a home that’s accessible for wheelchair users can be difficult. When it comes to what questions to ask, modifications to look for or make, or even who to work with, our brand ambassadors have experience, which they share in some of their articles. We have compiled a list of resources for finding an accessibleContinue reading “Resources for Finding an Accessible Home”

Dating Tips Written by Wheelchair Users

Arguably, life has gotten easier with technology. However, it doesn’t make every aspect of life easier. Although meeting someone online is as simple as signing up for an app or website, it takes more than creating an account to make a genuine connection. Dating still requires you to put yourself out there and get toContinue reading “Dating Tips Written by Wheelchair Users”