Mary Lynn Larsen and her Husband Mike Larson started 101 Mobility of Northeast Wisconsin in June of 2015, but this story does not start there. Larson’s have two children with the genetic disorder Prader-Willi Syndrome.
Good typography is more than good design; it is a good experience. That’s why our Pinterest feeds are filled with so many variations of hand-lettering, unique fonts, and calligraphy; we just can’t get enough of those beautifully illustrated quotes or excerpts of text. Why? Because the shapes of letters and simple design details add character and personality to the words depicted, enhancing the reading experience.
In July of 2014, Kirby G. Smith was thrust into one of the most intense experiences of his life. Suria Nordin, then his fiancée, became paralyzed while vacationing with Kirby in Jamaica. By July of 2015, Kirby had founded SunKirb Ideas, a game-changing “smart home” installation and management company.
Publication: Help Hope Live Sourced Publication: Date: 11-10-15
Despite past legislation & recent congressional action, Medicare is diminishing reimbursement rates for complex rehab wheelchair accessories & seating systems in January 2016. This will have a devastating impact on severely disabled people across the U.S.
There is a petition you can sign online on this article.
SPOKANE, Wash. – Every 90 days someone is diagnosed with ALS. Former NFL player and WSU alum Steve Gleason has championed the fight against ALS, and now a bill in his name – the Steve Gleason Act of 2015 — has been introduced in the U.S. Senate.
Congresswoman Cathy McMorris Rodgers is co-sponsoring a companion bill in the House and Monday morning she took a first hand look at what that bill would do for people diagnosed with ALS and how that would affect their every day lives.
Please help Donna and Jess repair their van.
Author: Publication: gofundme.com Date: today
DV Newsletter #47
Then they started coming out with cool wheelchairs—dream wheelchairs I had imagined 20 to 25 years ago. There’s one that stands, goes up stairs and one with tank tracks, which I would’ve loved to take off-roading.
Accessible Planes website is working for airlines to provide a wheelchair spot on airplanes. They are starting action by trying to get people to sign a petition. People can get to this petition through Accessible Planes Website
or by clicking on the petition link on this DisabilityVoice post. Their website is sparse right now, but the promise to expand their website soon.
After signing the petition you are given a chance to easily share a request to Facebook, twitter, or through email. I would suggest only sharing it with people you think would sign it.
Author: Timothy A Carey Publication: DisabilityVoice Date: 08-16-2014