New Year's resolutions are probably starting to sound cliché -- but what if your real resolution was just to live better in 2013?
With winter weather approaching and holiday get-togethers right around the corner, Shelley Peterman Schwarz provides these helpful tips to help create an accessible home for the holidays.
Featuring Amigo owners Jack and Christina Howard of Perrysburg, Oh.
While multiple generations in a family business is fairly common, multiple generations of Amigo owners is a bit more rare! Christina Howard is a second generation Amigo owner, as her father began using one of the first Amigos in 1970.
Featuring Amigo owner Troy Parker, Tyler, Tx.
Amigo owner Troy Parker is truly grateful for the gifts he's been given in life. After finding his passion for art shortly after graduating high school, Troy was fortunate enough to be able to turn his passion into a business.
After graduating from John Tyler High School in Tyler, Tx., Troy pursued a series of computer graphics courses at Tyler Junior College.
Featuring Amigo owner Melissa Nicholson, Aurora, Ill.
For those with limited mobility, preparing to return to school or start at a new one may require doing some homework before you even start.
Before choosing a school for yourself or a loved one who has limited mobility, it is important to make sure the school will accommodate your needs.
Always on the Go
With Amigo owner Cammy Prince of Okemos, Mich.
With the help of a new Amigo, Cammy Prince is always on the go.
57 Years in 248 Pages
With Amigo owner and author Jack Jensen
For Jack Jensen, squeezing 57 years into 248 pages was no small feat.
Find A Way
With Amigo owner Tim Brown of the Michigan Polio Network
For the past 20 years, Tim Brown has witnessed the growing impact of the Michigan Polio Network (MPN).