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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Want to be a TV producer? Here’s your chance! Well, sort of. You’ve been invited by the MDA to pick the stars for the 2014 Telethon!
This new wheelchair design for infants and toddlers adjusts as they grow and develop. Is “tilt-in-space” technology out of this world?
Though multiple sclerosis (MS) took strength and ability from this caring mom, it gave her a gift she and her kids would treasure forever.
The “intolerable” disability policy in Disneyland Europe is under fire by a French charity. Will there EVER be a workable solution?
It’s called the NeuroBridge, and this new device for SCI skips the neural system to connect directly to the brain to move paralyzed limbs.
Why did a photo of a teenager with CP hiking with his dad go viral? Was it because it captured the essence of a loving father?