Accessibility Apps

Buy Here Press Play & This Article! US adults spend 3 hours and 35 minutes per day using mobile apps, according to the 2018 eMarketer study. Lets face it… Outside of social media, apps that help us wheelers navigate our WORLD is major! Which apps are actually worth taking up that precious space on our […]

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Google Maps: Wheelchair Accessible

Big cities like London usually aren’t known for being easily accessible to people using wheelchairs, but a new feature from Google Maps is a step toward making it easier. Google Maps on Thursday launched a “wheelchair-accessible” option for six major cities. “In city centers, buses and trains are often the best way to get around, […]

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The Liftware Level

These utensils were  created by a team of scientists, dedicated to creating eating tools for people with special needs. Both robotic spoons automatically corrects its level in accordance with the user’s hand position. Liftware Steady – Starter Kit: $195 Liftware Level – Starter Kit: $195 Ready To Buy? Click Here!

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Anybody Can Buy This Exoskeleton For the Price of a Midrange Sedan

Here’s the Phoenix exoskeleton, a 27-pound wearable robot that could help everyone from disabled vets to kids learn how to ditch their wheelchairs and walk again on their own two feet. It costs $40,000. The Phoenix was designed by the California-based robotics company suitX, which specializes in medical and industrial exoskeletons. The suit’s based on research from […]

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