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.
Featuring Jessica Long, Baltimore, Md.
If you're like most of the world, you're already following the 2012 Summer Olympics in London -- every four years, billions of people tune in worldwide for the Summer Olympic Games, and thousands more attend to watch the excitement.
As one of the thousands of attendees swarming London for the 2012 Games, Jessica Long has a greater purpose -- she is also preparing to compete in the Summer Paralympic Games, starting August 29th.
Finding the right mobility equipment for you is essential to maintaining your health, activity level and independence.
Everyone with limited mobility has different needs, abilities and lifestyles. There is no such thing as one-size-fits-all mobility equipment -- each person must be evaluated as an individual, regardless of their disability.
With travelinwheels CEO Michell Haase and CareVacations representative Jennifer Alvarez
Renting mobility equipment can be a great way to help streamline your travels, no matter your destination.
There are many ways to make travel accessible for those with limited mobility, but for those who travel often, accessible RVing may be the perfect solution.
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).