Wheelchair Blog From AMS Vans
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A physical disability presents unique challenges for the individual, the family and the caregivers. Our wheelchair blog is here to empower all of you with tips, trends in wheelchair technology, wheelchair news, inspiring stories, insightful interviews, medical breakthroughs, helpful links, the latest in adaptive products, disability news, upcoming events and, of course, information about AMS Vans' wheelchair accessible vehicles. We focus on anything and everything that enriches your life and makes it easier.
Buying a handicap accessible van is a defining moment in the life of an individual who wants manageable mobility beyond the wheelchair. We have handicap vans for sale, and we want to ensure the process—from the moment it begins—is as smooth as possible. When you purchase a wheelchair van from us, the process never truly ends, because you become part of the AMS family. Just like family, we stay in touch and care about your happiness.
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When Don Bragdon went from walking to wheelchair, he modified his new mobility and other machinery to accommodate his lifestyle.
Cerebral palsy kept Bennie Green from taking a vacation all his life—until a friend’s Las Vegas adventure inspired him to take a chance!
Technology similar to special effects gear that lets action-movie actors fly through the air is giving hope to spinal cord injury patients!
Have you noticed a problem with snow plows pushing piles of snow into handicapped parking spots this winter? What are they thinking?
Paralysis in her 50′s didn’t keep ping-pong player extraordinaire Cindy Ranii from competition—she’s now shooting for the 2016 Paralympics.
Once a promising NFL football player, Steve Gleason now has ALS, but technology gives him a way to feel that adrenalin rush he craves.
A ringtail lemur, shunned by his family and friends when he became blind and disabled, finds friendship and more in a sweet, old dog.