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These articles and resources highlight a range of products, from mobility aids to bathing assistance tools to nebulizers.

December 6, 2019 | Specialty Products

Best Cruises for Wheelchair Users and The Disabled

Cruise ships are becoming more and more accessible every year, and various American ports are increasingly aware of the need to cater to disabled visitors who use wheelchairs, according to Spinning The Globe, a website dedicated to travel for wheelchair users.

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November 27, 2019 | Specialty Products

How to Stay Fit in Your Wheelchair

Diet and exercise tips flood the Internet but there are few resources out there for wheelchair users to find their own exercise routine, an important part of staying in shape. The website 101Mobility has assembled a list of links and videos to illustrate that exercise is for people of all abilities.

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October 31, 2019 | Specialty Products

Adaptive Halloween costumes

Want to be Frankenstein when going house to house trick-or-treating this Halloween? How about a pirate? Every kid deserves to flaunt their best ensemble on Halloween. We invite you to check out Parents magazine, which recently ran a slideshow of different adaptive Halloween costumes for kids with special needs.

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September 25, 2019 | Specialty Products

Nebulizers for Babies

Doctors prescribe nebulizers – where a patient breathes in medication in the form of a mist, typically from a machine-fueled mask – for chronic conditions in infants. The diagnosis can be as simple as asthma, or include croup, cystic fibrosis, epiglottitis, pneumonia or a respiratory syncytial virus (RSV), according to an article from healthline.

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September 25, 2019 | Specialty Products

Traveling by Plane with A Wheelchair

Traveling can require a lot of pre-planning. But, when a traveler is someone with special needs, especially a child, that drive to plan and prepare is heightened.

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September 25, 2019 | Specialty Products

Bathing A Child With Cerebral Palsy

Bathing leads to good hygiene but it also is good exercise and an excellent bonding opportunity between a caregiver and a child with cerebral palsy. The Birth Injury Guide details some helpful information.

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