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”

Planning an Accessible Summer Vacation

Going on a trip requires a lot of planning, especially when looking for accessible destinations and activities. Although planning can be difficult and overwhelming at times, our Q Roll Models and brand ambassadors have written some helpful resources for other wheelchair users who want to travel. Accessible Beach Vacation Sakina Shamsi may be young butContinue reading “Planning an Accessible Summer Vacation”

Accessible America as Told by Wheelchair Users

Have you been bitten by the travel bug? If you’re a wheelchair user and travel enthusiast but don’t know what cities or towns are accessible, you’re in the right place. Our Quantum brand ambassadors discuss accessibility in different parts of the United States, including in America’s big cities. They give recommendations about what to see,Continue reading “Accessible America as Told by Wheelchair Users”

Benefits of Using iLevel® in the Workplace

When it comes to iLevel and its benefits, we like to share how it impacts wheelchair users in their daily lives. For our younger wheelchair users, this may mean how iLevel® benefits them at school . For those who are in the working world, they experience similar benefits that make all the difference. Some of ourContinue reading “Benefits of Using iLevel® in the Workplace”

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”

Make Your Holiday Celebration Wheelchair Friendly

The holiday season is upon us and I am excited to celebrate as much as possible! Wheelchair users are just like everyone else – some us of LOVE the holidays, and some of us just muddle through somehow. Either way, you should invite us to your holiday events just like you would invite any ofContinue reading “Make Your Holiday Celebration Wheelchair Friendly”

Wheel Life: College Checklist for Power Wheelchair Users

As their graduation date approaches, many high school students are busy preparing for college. From visiting campuses to filling out applications, students are deciding what major to pursue and where to spend the next two-to-four years of their lives. There are tons of things to consider when looking at colleges: academics, campus life, financial aid,Continue reading “Wheel Life: College Checklist for Power Wheelchair Users”

Today’s Wheelchair Life: the Good, the Bad and the Un-accessible

It’s been 28 years since the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) was passed by Congress. The United States has come a long way in addressing the needs of those with disabilities. Yet, for some, like Alison Chancellor and Kiel Eigen, the struggle for equality persists in other ways. Alison: I live in a big cityContinue reading “Today’s Wheelchair Life: the Good, the Bad and the Un-accessible”