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co detectors and fire alarms, Phoenix, Arizona

Your CO Detectors and Fire Alarms: Are They Powered Up and in the Right Spots?

Carbon monoxide detectors are an important safety feature in your home. Carbon monoxide is an odorless gas that can kill people in your home without warning, and these detectors are the first line of defense against this risk. Yet for wheelchair users, keeping CO detectors and fire alarms powered up can be a challenge since […]

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Fire Prevention: 5 Key Strategies For Wheelchair Users

Everyone should be familiar with fire prevention and safety measures. But it’s especially important for wheelchair users, who are often unable to use the evacuation strategy that others use. If you’re a wheelchair user, you should have an emergency evacuation plan to ensure that you can get out of your home or workplace safely and quickly […]

coyotes sled hockey, Phoenix, Arizona

Phoenix Coyotes Sled Hockey: A Thrill To Watch, A Thrill To Play

The arena is filled with energy and excitement as the players take their places. The puck hits the ice, and sticks begin to clash. There’s no adrenaline rush quite like that of watching and playing ice hockey — especially when it’s our home team in Phoenix, the Coyotes.  

staying healthy in a wheelchair, Phoenix, Arizona

Staying Healthy In A Wheelchair: Keep The Flu From Getting To You

Nobody wants to get a cold or the flu. But when you’re in a wheelchair, a cold or the flu can be especially problematic. Your lungs and bronchial tubes are harder to keep clear than the average person’s. And you run the risk of developing pneumonia. So it’s important to do everything you can to […]

holiday shopping in a wheelchair, Phoenix, Arizona

Holiday Shopping In A Wheelchair: 5 Tips For A Stress-Free Outing

Shopping during the holiday season is stressful for most people. When you’re in a wheelchair, it can be even more stressful. But there are ways to make holiday shopping in a wheelchair more manageable. Here are five ways to take some of the stress out of your holiday shopping trips.