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Misha Patel posted a discussion

Misha Patel Student Design Award 2014: Redesigning NHS wheelchair for independent wheelchair users

Redesigned wheelchair for independent users, using Dyson parts and lightweight materials.Link to video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8MCbJ699zb0See More
yesterday
Kirubin Pillay posted a discussion

Student Design Award 2014 Submission by Kirubin Pillay: A 'Natural' Eye-Controlled Wheelchair

A design including an initial prototype to develop a natural 'look where you want to go' eye controlled wheelchair for people with Locked-in Syndrome and other severe motor disabilities. The Video introduction is below and 1 page A4 design brief is…See More
yesterday
Ciorstaidh MacGlone posted a discussion

Disabled Access Day

What are your plans for Saturday, 17th January? Why not go somewhere new— and be…See More
Tuesday
Monica Quintero Restrepo posted a discussion

A wheelchair that works like a bicycle

eV is a wheelchair project which started as an idea of Andreas Bhend and Samuel Uebersax at university. They are industrial designers from Switzerland, who worked during one semester to realize it. “We were a really good team I think and we worked…See More
Monday
TGA Mobility posted a blog post
Monday
bespoken Team liked Dan Garrett's discussion BRUISE - Student Design Award
Monday
Dan Garrett posted a discussion

BRUISE - Student Design Award

BRUISE is a smart injury detection suit for disabled athletes with loss of sensation. It applies a recyclable pressure-sensitive film to indicate the severity of injuries. High risk areas are covered with disposable, made-to-fit film sheet inserts.…See More
Monday
bespoken Team posted a discussion

Blackwood´s accessible mapping project

The Blackwood Foundation, in conjunction with Fossbox CIC and…See More
Oct 23
Sirus Automotive posted a blog post

Driving Adaptations for Wheelchair Accessible Cars - Lisa's Blog

Hi Everyone,I hope you found my last post about the…See More
Oct 23

Staff
Paul Richoux posted a discussion

Intention Decoding - intelligent technology that predicts your will

I was lucky enough to speak with Dr Aldo Faisal of Imperial College London…See More
Oct 23
bespoken Team posted a discussion

Paraclimb Scotland 2014! Don't miss it.

An exciting event is taking place just outside Edinburgh on the…See More
Oct 22
Anne Walker replied to bespoken Team's discussion The Blackwood concept house
"this looks amazing, just a point on the fitted oven, would it have a door that opens and slides under rather than opening flat down? The oven doors that open flat are no use to a wheelchair user as you cannot get near enough to remove food from…"
Oct 22

Blog Posts

Disabled war veteran to undertake 100-mile TGA mobility scooter charity challenge on 100-year First World War anniversary

Posted by TGA Mobility on October 27, 2014 at 14:00 0 Comments

Andy McIntosh, 42 from Strathaven near Glasgow, is a retired Army Corporal who despite living with severe mobility difficulties, will be driving a TGA Breeze mobility scooter 100-miles to raise military charity donations on the 100th World War One…

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Driving Adaptations for Wheelchair Accessible Cars - Lisa's Blog

Posted by Sirus Automotive on October 23, 2014 at 9:57 0 Comments

Hi Everyone,

I hope you found my last post about the ignition and steering informative and entertaining. This post will…

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Lorry Enthusiast with Cerebral Palsy 'Pimps Up' His Two Mobility Scooters

Posted by TGA Mobility on October 3, 2014 at 13:53 0 Comments

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Crane Lowndes, 50 from Sutton-on-Sea in Lincolnshire, was born with Cerebral Palsy (CP), which is a…

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Boost Your Happiness With A Breeze

Posted by TGA Mobility on October 2, 2014 at 12:42 0 Comments

If you live with restricted mobility and find walking tricky or even painful, a quality and reliable mobility scooter can change your life. Practically, it can give you independence to visit the local shops, friends or even go on holiday. Whereas from a well-being point of view, you can benefit from fresh air, experiencing the outdoors and accessing local amenities. Being able to go out on your own without the need for support from friends or loved ones is a priceless…

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Students in Switzerland designed and built the eV wheelchair that can morph back and forth between a regular indoor chair and a speedy sports one.

People Stories

Inspirational stories about people achieving remarkable things:

Andy McIntosh is a disabled veteran who's undertaking a 100 mile journey in a mobility scooter to raise money for service personnel and their families.

Rich's Blog

One of our members Rich, has a great blog

with some really insightful an interesting stuff. He has been kind enough to allow us to share it with you. 

 

Read Rich's Latest blog click here...

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