Peter Adler, a.k.a. “Pete the Ramp Guy,” led a team that built a 43-foot ramp for Bernard and Shirley Howard of Petersburg. Shirley uses a wheelchair after a fall, and she can now get out to
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Oct. 10—The U.S. Postal Service has some big, national-scale problems that have been only partially resolved by recent federal reforms. But that doesn't mean it should not be able to resol
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A ‘broken lift’ reputedly delayed the trial of an alleged court order flouter by two months.
Alan Thompson, 56, is accused of breaching a sexual harm prevention order by having
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by Terri Marshall, AARP, June 3, 2022
Wheelchair user Elissa F
I was a healthy 14-year-old in Bristol, having just been to my first gig with friends, exploring my independence and new found freedoms. I’d go hiking all day, with large rucksacks full of cam
Scottish designer Phoenix Instinct has developed a lightweight wheelchair with a movable axle position that automatically adjusts the chair's centre of gravity to stop overbalancing.