Great Spring Cleaning Tips for Wheelchair Users

My favorite time of the year is spring. I love the colors that come with it, as well as baby animals, warmer weather, and the fact that summer is on its way. I also love spring cleaning! Here are some ways that you can organize your stuff and get rid of what you don’t needContinue reading “Great Spring Cleaning Tips for Wheelchair Users”

Spending Time Outdoors in My 4Front 2 Power Wheelchair

Spring has finally appeared! I have always been a girl that loves to be in the sunshine. I want to soak up as much of the outdoors as I can. Since getting my 4Front® 2 Power Wheelchair with power adjustable safe seat elevation, I can do more outdoor activities and explore the mountains and lakesContinue reading “Spending Time Outdoors in My 4Front 2 Power Wheelchair”

Cooking in the Kitchen with iLevel Technology

I’ve always loved cooking fresh meals for my life partner, but it was always a struggle maneuvering around my kitchen space in my manual wheelchair at the time. My manual wheelchair was a bit wide, so turning around in tight spaces was a pain. I had to carry things on my lap so that IContinue reading “Cooking in the Kitchen with iLevel Technology”

My New Dog Walking Service

I started a new venture! I offer my own dog walking service called, 4 Paws Dog Walking. I’ve always had a love for dogs. I really enjoy the puppies and smaller breeds because they can sit on my lap easily and I can pet and play with them. So, instead of just watching them playContinue reading “My New Dog Walking Service”

Using iLevel Technology in My Kitchen

I’ve been living life at iLevel for over seven years now. Honestly, I do not think I could ever go back to life without iLevel. When I first learned about iLevel technology on power wheelchairs, I thought it was cool but not necessary. After using it every day for the past seven years, however, IContinue reading “Using iLevel Technology in My Kitchen”

May Day and the Value of Work

The first day of May has been celebrated as a holiday across many European cultures since the Middle Ages. May Day marks the approximate halfway point between the Vernal Equinox and the Summer Solstice. In addition, May Day has also been celebrated as International Workers Day since the late nineteenth century, a day where theContinue reading “May Day and the Value of Work”

A Great Farmers Market Visit in My Stretto Wheelchair

It is springtime, and that means fresh flowers and produce! I have loved going to farmers markets since I was a kid. In Oregon, there is no shortage of them. The atmosphere, food and amazing music will always be my favorite part of spring and summer. Most farmers markets are set up with lots ofContinue reading “A Great Farmers Market Visit in My Stretto Wheelchair”

Great Wheelchair-Accessible Eats in Downtown St. Louis

I live in the downtown area of St Louis, which is not as big as people think. In my area, there’s a lot of cool things that you can get to from where I live, including different kinds of restaurants. The building where I live is pretty nice, which is great because we all knowContinue reading “Great Wheelchair-Accessible Eats in Downtown St. Louis”

Quantum Hosts Another Virtual Roundtable

I am so excited to share that Quantum Rehab is hosting another virtual consumer roundtable on June 2, 2022, from 3 P.M. to 4:30 P.M. ET. These virtual consumer roundtables are focus groups specifically for power wheelchair users to voice their opinions on current technology and what they’d like to see in future innovations.  AsContinue reading “Quantum Hosts Another Virtual Roundtable”

The Best Ways to Travel with Mobility Equipment

On the tail end of the pandemic, I’ve been doing my fair share of travel this year as the world re-opens and people have begun to congregate again. Most of my traveling is for work, as I move around the continent educating people on inclusive play, playing on playgrounds, and leading design workshops. With plentyContinue reading “The Best Ways to Travel with Mobility Equipment”