People with Disabilities and Vaccinations

For some people with disabilities, it has been a bit difficult to get vaccinated. While living in Wyoming, it has been easy to stay safe and isolated in my small town. I am scheduled to get my vaccine on Wednesday. Here is some information to help you understand some of the tips or procedures thatContinue reading “People with Disabilities and Vaccinations”

Josh McDermott: Working from Home

The other day, I received a notification on my iPhone that showed photos of me and one of my friends out to lunch at a restaurant in New York sitting at a high-top table. A huge smile came across my face. Thanks to my phone, I remember that was the last photo I took beforeContinue reading “Josh McDermott: Working from Home”

The 2020 Word of the Year

Pandemic. It’s a word that has dominated our lives this year. The COVID-19 pandemic has truly impacted everyone’s life in one way or another, so it’s no surprise that Merriam-Webster and Dictionary.com have declared “pandemic” the Word of the Year. For electric wheelchair users and individuals with disabilities, the pandemic has changed many aspects ofContinue reading “The 2020 Word of the Year”

Safety as a Wheelchair User During COVID-19

While there are many things out of our control during the COVID-19 pandemic, there are things you can do to increase your safety and wellbeing. These times can be even more stressful for wheelchair users as you may not be able to avoid contact with others or follow all CDC guidelines and recommendations perfectly. ToContinue reading “Safety as a Wheelchair User During COVID-19”

Life in Quarantine as a Wheelchair User

At its core, life in quarantine sounds dull. Everyone stays home, sheltering in place. However, even though everyone is following the same guidelines, each person’s life before quarantine presents unique challenges in trying to continue that same lifestyle while staying at home. For Amy Bleile, that means problem-solving as she figures out how to deliverContinue reading “Life in Quarantine as a Wheelchair User”

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”

Wheelchair Maintenance During COVID-19

COVID-19 has brought many complications to people around the country. In addition to worries about staying healthy, businesses have shut down, which can affect individuals who rely on the service or product that the business sells. While wheelchair manufacturers may continue to operate, local dealers may or may not be open, depending on the areaContinue reading “Wheelchair Maintenance During COVID-19”

Quantum is Keeping it Safe

As we navigate through these uncertain times, please know that the health and safety of our providers and their employees, clinicians, those who use our products, and our employees, is and has always been our top priority. At Quantum, masks and other PPE are part of our daily routines. From the sales teams to techContinue reading “Quantum is Keeping it Safe”

We’re Open and Here For You

Pride Mobility Products and Quantum Rehab would like to remind our loyal customers that we are still open to serve you and your clients during this difficult time. We are taking the safety of our employees into account and have made it our utmost priority, many members of our staff are working from home. ThisContinue reading “We’re Open and Here For You”