Merlisha Henderson: A Survival Kit for Young Adults After Graduation

It’s almost that time of year once again. GRADUATION! As parents, we all know that you will hear (and pay for) the “G” word from pre-school to grad school. There is just something about that high school and college graduation that really marks a point in the relationship that you have with your children. SeniorContinue reading “Merlisha Henderson: A Survival Kit for Young Adults After Graduation”

Are You Our Next Q Roll Model?

Quantum Rehab’s commitment to the Disability Community goes beyond creating innovative power wheelchairs that allow us to live our best lives. We know that there is no one type of wheelchair user and we are committed to creating wheelchairs that are as unique as the people who sit in them every day because we trulyContinue reading “Are You Our Next Q Roll Model?”

Herbert Phillips: Moving Forward with His 4Front®

Herbert Phillips, known to his friends as “Big Lee,” has a BIG heart! With his 4Front® Power Wheelchair, Herbert can live more independently and spend time with his family and friends. Born with cerebral palsy, Herbert is unable to use his hands or feet. He needs assistance with doing things like eating or getting dressed.Continue reading “Herbert Phillips: Moving Forward with His 4Front®”

More Innovative Power Wheelchairs, Thanks to You!

Over the past few years, Quantum Rehab has been hosting consumer roundtables to get perspectives and feedback from power wheelchair users across the country. These roundtables came to life after the marketing team and the research & development team started brainstorming about how Quantum can create the very best power wheelchairs for users. Quantum alreadyContinue reading “More Innovative Power Wheelchairs, Thanks to You!”

Disability Representation in the Media

Over at Life at iLevel, our Q Roll Models and brand ambassadors share their day-to-day experiences as wheelchair users. Topics range from accessibility to mindset to education and everything in between. While we want to amplify the voices of those we serve, we agree that disability representation needs to extend beyond wheelchair manufacturers. Our QContinue reading “Disability Representation in the Media”