Category: Spinal Cord Injuries

Para-Athlete on a Race Track
August 12, 2021 | Categories: Adaptive Products , Disabled Youth , Life In A Wheelchair , Spinal Cord Injuries ,

Why are the Paralympics so special?

Here at National Ramp, we have been very excited for the Paralympics, waiting for the rescheduled event to kick off in late August. We’ve been following the trials and celebrating the rosters. While we have also been cheering on Team USA during the Olympics, there’s something extra special about the Paralympics, and it’s not just […]

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River Walk View - Accessible Domestic Getaways
June 7, 2021 | Categories: Disabled Youth , Life In A Wheelchair , Senior Citizens , Spinal Cord Injuries ,

Planning Your Wheelchair-Accessible Domestic Getaway

After a year-long staycation, you may be ready for new sights. While some international travel is still restricted (and more expensive), a trip to a wheelchair-friendly US destination can provide a new experience and help support local economies. While most of the best-known tourist spots are accommodating to people with disabilities, those places tend to […]

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Middle-Aged Adult Woman Working and in Wheelchair
April 5, 2021 | Categories: Adaptive Products , Disabled Youth , Life In A Wheelchair , Spinal Cord Injuries ,

Where to Find Support Following a Spinal Cord Injury

If a Spinal Cord Injury has impacted your life, you may be looking for assistance (such as a handicap ramp), support, and advice. Here’s a list of resources to check out as you adjust to your life post-accident. National Ramp Likely, your home entrance was not wheelchair-accessible before your accident. If you need to navigate […]

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House Hunting for Wheelchair Users and People with Disabilities
March 9, 2021 | Categories: Adaptive Products , Aging In Place , Disabled Youth , Life In A Wheelchair , Ramp Selection , Safety , Senior Citizens , Spinal Cord Injuries , Veterans ,

Searching for Housing With a Disability

House-hunting for an accessible home for someone with a disability can have challenges. Fully accessible homes are difficult to find, especially if you are looking to rent your home. However, it is increasingly easier to find homes built to be inclusive of the needs of people with disabilities. Remember that no one can discriminate against […]

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Lady In a Wheelchair at a Job Interview
October 9, 2020 | Categories: Adaptive Products , Life In A Wheelchair , Spinal Cord Injuries ,

Finding a Job as a Person with a Disability

October is National Disability Employment Awareness Month, a time to focus on reducing the unemployment gap among the disabled population while simultaneously celebrating the contributions made to our economy by disabled workers. While there are societal boundaries that still exist with some hiring managers, there are also many resources available to assist people with disabilities […]

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Inspiring Social Media Accounts to Follow for People with Disabilities and Wheelchair Users
August 10, 2020 | Categories: Disabled Youth , Life In A Wheelchair , Spinal Cord Injuries ,

Adaptive Social Media Influences to Follow

Social media can be a minefield to navigate sometimes, and with everyone having a little more time on their hands to scroll through feeds, it’s important to include relatable, positive, and informative accounts to your follows. National Ramp is continuing to offer account recommendations that may be of interest to members of the disabled community. […]

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