It’s the Digital Solution:

Our providers are discovering a whole new way to do business! is an innovative platform with everything Pride and Quantum, all in one place. is more than just a website for providers. It’s the digital solution for mobility professionals, delivering a cohesive experience for both Pride and Quantum providers. We’re excited to announceContinue reading “It’s the Digital Solution:”

What I Am Most Thankful for This Year

These past almost two years have been pretty rough for everyone but for me, this year was especially challenging. As the end of the year nears, instead of focusing on all the negative things that have affected me and many others, I wanted to talk about some of the things that have had a positiveContinue reading “What I Am Most Thankful for This Year”

How to Understand Invisible Disabilities

I have noticed lately that people talk about two categories of disabilities: visible and invisible. Because I use a power wheelchair, my mobility disability is obviously visible. I also have known for a long time that I have an invisible disability called Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, or ADHD. But are so-called invisible disabilities really invisible,Continue reading “How to Understand Invisible Disabilities”

Helpful Tips for Power Chair Users During the Winter Months

As a power wheelchair user, I’ve learned a lot about driving a power chair in the winter. If you live in the Northeast like I do, you start to notice the colder air during the months of October and November. The next thing you know, there’s snow on the ground. This can be challenging forContinue reading “Helpful Tips for Power Chair Users During the Winter Months”

How to Keep Your Power Chair Clean During the Fall

The weather is changing as we head into the late fall and early winter months. The ground is getting softer. Leaves litter the ground everywhere. There’s a lot more rain and as a result, a lot more mud. All of this means less-than-ideal conditions for driving your power wheelchair. So, here are a few tipsContinue reading “How to Keep Your Power Chair Clean During the Fall”

Tips to Simplify Your Life When Living with a Disability

If you have a disability and use a wheelchair, your life is probably not the easiest. if you’re like me, every single day can present a new challenge or a new adventure. Sometimes, the world can just seem like it’s coming after you. You feel like no matter what you try to do to makeContinue reading “Tips to Simplify Your Life When Living with a Disability”

See What’s on My Power Chair Wish List

Around this time every year, my family starts to ask me what items are on my wish list. They’re getting ready for their holiday shopping and want a bit of guidance from me on what I’d be excited to receive. Without fail, every year my mind goes blank and I suddenly cannot think of aContinue reading “See What’s on My Power Chair Wish List”

My Visit to an Accessible Theme Park

The words accessibility and amusement park do not usually go together but Morgan’s Wonderland is just that! Morgan’s Wonderland is a theme park in San Antonio, Texas, which provides a fun, clean and beautiful environment free of physical and economic barriers that all individuals can come to and enjoy regardless of age or ability. EveryContinue reading “My Visit to an Accessible Theme Park”

21 Things I’m Thankful for in 2021

As Thanksgiving approaches, I reflecting on all the things I am thankful for. While 2021 was certainly better than 2020 for the world, we still haven’t fully recovered from the global pandemic. Nonetheless, I have so many things to be thankful for, so here’s my 21 things I’m thankful for in 2021. My husband. WeContinue reading “21 Things I’m Thankful for in 2021”

How I Found My Confidence as a Disabled Person

Learning to accept and love your disability is a journey every person with disability goes through. The journey they take differs from person to person. Even the concept of accepting one’s disability varies, based on who you ask. To me, disability acceptance means embracing your disability and seeing your disability not as the problem butContinue reading “How I Found My Confidence as a Disabled Person”