The Accessible Icon ProjectThe Accessible Icon Project provides supplies and services to transform the old International Symbol of Access into an active, engaged image.
Tag: Spinal Cord Injury
Quadraplegic is derived from two separate words from two different languages, Latin and Greek. The word “Quadra”, meaning “four” which is derived from Latin, relates to the number of limbs. “Plegic”, is derived from the Greek word “Plegia”, meaning paralysis. Put the two together, and you have “Quadraplegia”. “Tetra” is Read More >
This world of ours is full of barriers and limitations for individuals with disabilities; especially, those who are in power wheelchairs. But, one limitation that should not be accepted is the difficulty of airline transportation for the disabled. The current standard for air travel for those in power wheelchairs is Read More >
The Ken’s Power Caster is a fully automated, push-button or “sip and puff” controlled fishing machine that gives severely disabled people the ability to cast out their line (around 100 feet), hook, fight, retrieve and land fish with total independence – no matter the disability or injury level.