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”

How iLevel Technology Makes Grocery Shopping Easier

So, we all need to go grocery shopping. It’s a part of life. I used to hate it because I couldn’t reach half the items on the shelf in the store. Grocery stores aren’t exactly built at wheelchair height. Thanks to iLevel® technology on my Edge® 3 Power Wheelchair, I actually don’t mind it atContinue reading “How iLevel Technology Makes Grocery Shopping Easier”

How to Talk to Your Kids About Disability

After my diagnosis, family and friends often asked me when I will have a conversation with my children about my disability. I realized there was no perfect timing. I tried to figure out how to make such a complex subject easy for a kid to understand.  At the onset of my disability, I decided toContinue reading “How to Talk to Your Kids About Disability”

Zoe Hernandez is Rising to the Occasion with iLevel

Ever since she was nine years old, Zoe Hernandez has been interested in meteorology. Seeing how weather patterns can change from one minute to the next is fascinating to her. Zoe is inspired by professional meteorologists on television and loves to watch Jim Cantore from The Weather Channel and Gil Simmons from WTNH News 8.Continue reading “Zoe Hernandez is Rising to the Occasion with iLevel”

Why I Love My New Power Chair

It was time for me to get a new power wheelchair. My dad and I traveled three hours to Duryea, Pennsylvania, which is where Quantum’s headquarters is located. There waiting for us was my new Edge® 3 Power Wheelchair with iLevel® technology. The Color of My New Power Wheelchair My new Edge 3 Power WheelchairContinue reading “Why I Love My New Power Chair”

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”

How iLevel® on My Motorized Wheelchair Changed My Life

Every time I leave the house in my power wheelchair and people see me on the streets, they ask how my wheelchair elevates to iLevel. They always comment on how cool it is! What they don’t realize is how much iLevel on my Quantum® Edge® 3 Power Wheelchair has changed my life. Let me tellContinue reading “How iLevel® on My Motorized Wheelchair Changed My Life”

In the Kitchen with iLevel® Technology

I finally like cooking again! And it’s even more enjoyable for me with iLevel® technology on my Edge® 3 Power Wheelchair. Here are some of the ways that iLevel helps me in the kitchen. Saving Time When it comes to cooking, iLevel® technology is fantastic because it saves me time. It only takes me 15Continue reading “In the Kitchen with iLevel® Technology”

How to Jazz Up Your Wheelchair

If you’re anything like me, you see your wheelchair as an extension of your body. It’s a part of you, and you want it to reflect who you are, just as your clothes reflect who you are. Thankfully, when we order our wheelchairs, we can put a little bit of our personalities into them, suchContinue reading “How to Jazz Up Your Wheelchair”

Things I Can Do with My Edge 3 Wheelchair

I received my Edge® 3 Motorized Wheelchair with iLevel® technology on February 6, 2020.  California, where I live, was put under a shelter-in-place order on March 19, 2020. I have several disabilities and chronic illnesses that put me at very high risk for becoming critically ill if I contract COVID-19. So, I was essentially homeboundContinue reading “Things I Can Do with My Edge 3 Wheelchair”