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Wheelchair accessories that will improve your mobility

Wheelchair accessories that will improve your mobility

2017/10/27

Wheelchair accessories have been created specifically to improve your quality of life: they are useful, facilitate your mobility and independence and, ultimately, provide you with a good dose of comfort. Choosing them depends on the needs of each individual and, of course, on the type of wheelchair, although many of them are available for manual wheelchairs as well as electric wheelchairs and scooters.

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Sports and disability: paired together for an active life

Sports and disability: paired together for an active life

2017/10/20

Sport favours the rehabilitation, normalisation and integration of people with disabilities, as well as being a complement to an active life and a positive element in establishing a truly accessible society.

But achieving this unity between sports and disability is not always easy. Adapted sports require the support of many people (supervisors, health professionals, other athletes, psychologists, therapists, etc.) to create sound infrastructures, and that is why it is so important to be aware of the benefits of pairing sports with disability.

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Diaries of a tuk tuk ride

Diaries of a tuk tuk ride

2017/10/16

My name is Mitch St. Pierre, I have osteogenesis imperfecta, or in other words, my bones are brittle as glass so I use a wheelchair. I know what you must be thinking, what on earth would a person with my condition be doing in a Cambodian jungle, miles from civilization on a wheelchair? Well let's say I'm an adventurous soul. I was here in the jungle, north of Cambodia with my good friend from Canada, Shawn, and our new friend Max who had been working at my hotel.

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Adapted toys for children with disabilities

Adapted toys for children with disabilities

2017/10/06

Playing is a fundamental part of a child’s life. In addition to being enjoyable, it is a necessary element of learning. In the case of children with disabilities, adapted toys are a particularly important resource that helps build self-esteem, fostering the development of the child’s capabilities.

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