Accessibility in America’s Big Cities

Many of America’s big cities are popular travel destinations for people all over. While we like to think that cities are progressive, they aren’t always in terms of accessibility for wheelchair users. If you’re thinking of traveling to a big city one day, such as Los Angeles or Washington D.C., we have some resources forContinue reading “Accessibility in America’s Big Cities”

Let’s Celebrate and Advocate!

July 26 is the 30th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act. The ADA is an exceptional piece of legislation. We’ve come so far in 30 years. Businesses are more accessible. Children have greater access in schools. Yet, there is still more work to be done. In honor of the ADA’s 30-year milestone, Quantum’s brandContinue reading “Let’s Celebrate and Advocate!”

COVID-19 Resources for People with Disabilities

There isn’t a lot of information written about COVID-19 for people with disabilities. On top of that, solid and authentic information can be hard to find. For that reason, we’re sharing some of the articles that our Q Roll Models and brand ambassadors have written during the pandemic, talking about their experiences. Social Distancing withContinue reading “COVID-19 Resources for People with Disabilities”

Q-Logic 3e Controller: Now Available

The new Q-Logic 3e controller is now available as an option on most Quantum® Power Chairs. It has many of the same features as Q-Logic 3, but in a simpler package. A great option for clients who require a simple user interface Color LCD screen, programmable soft keys and built-in USB-C and XLR charger portsContinue reading “Q-Logic 3e Controller: Now Available”

Adaptive Sports to Try This Summer

Looking for something new and exciting to do this summer? Now that the weather is warm and sunny, it’s the perfect time to get out and try an outdoor adaptive sport. There are plenty of sports that are adapted for wheelchair users and can even be done alongside able-bodied friends and family. Try some ofContinue reading “Adaptive Sports to Try This Summer”

The Effects of COVID-19 on Various Activities

Is fill-in-the-blank activity safe during COVID-19? This is probably a question you’ve asked yourself, others and Google at some point during the current pandemic. While times are uncertain and the restrictions are changing from day to day, it’s hard to know which activities are considered safe and which ones are more likely to put youContinue reading “The Effects of COVID-19 on Various Activities”

Taking Her Career to the Next Level

“I can use iLevel to raise up and observe team members over the top of their cubicles. It gives me a clear view of the entire area.“ — Merlisha Henderson, Phoenix, Arizona Merlisha Henderson knows the value of good customer service. She has worked in the automotive finance industry for 18 years! She loves engagingContinue reading “Taking Her Career to the Next Level”

Disability and Mindset During COVID-19

The COVID-19 pandemic is changing up our routines, forcing us to adapt and isolate for the safety of ourselves and others. We live with daily uncertainty. With so much negativity from increased screen time on the computer, watching the news or looking at social media, it can be hard to stop our head from spinning.Continue reading “Disability and Mindset During COVID-19”

Leveling Up with iLevel® at School

You may be familiar with the benefits of using iLevel in your home, but much of the time, we aren’t even at home. If you’re a student, chances are that you spend most of your day in school, sometimes even at after-school activities. If you’re going to make an investment, it’s smart to research theContinue reading “Leveling Up with iLevel® at School”

Disability Rights Resources for You

Knowing your rights can make all the difference in spending time in a public space, whether it’s parking lots, businesses, work or college. Easier said than done, right? With so much information available on the internet, how do you know where to start? More importantly, how do you know what’s reliable? Brand ambassador Stephanie Woodward,Continue reading “Disability Rights Resources for You”