Parking Mobility was born from the need to ensure accessible parking for people with disabilities. While there are many disabled parking spots assigned close to shopping locations they are not always available or easy to find in other areas. These parking spots are also often used by people who do not have a disability placard. It seemed to us that there were some technology tools that we could use to engage with the community to help address these issues. More Information »
Spinal Cord Injury Links
Spinal Cord Injury Links that are helpful or interesting
Helping Hands: Monkey Helpers for the Disabled is a national nonprofit serving quadriplegic and other people with severe spinal cord injuries or mobility-impairments by providing highly trained monkeys to assist with daily activities.
We raise and train these monkeys to act as live-in companions who, over the course of 20-30 years, will provide the gifts of independence, companionship, dignity and hope to the people they help. More Information »
SPINALpedia is a social mentoring network and video archive that allows the spinal cord injury community to motivate each other with the knowledge and triumphs gained from our individual experiences.
Spinal Cord Injury Information – The Determined2heal Foundation provides strategic information on Spinal cord injury.
A Cure is Coming is a foundation to build awareness of, and philanthropic support for, those with spinal cord injuries that enable access to a range of specialized therapies focused on improving overall quality of life.
Handicap help provides an overview of simple equipment that can easily be made which will lessen the daily frustrations for individuals with disabilities; a list of projects is also included.
Wheelchair Cushion Sage offers discount pricing on many of the world’s best seating solutions.
The I Believe Inc. organization produces a public access television show which provides information and virtual access to events and stories that are important to the disabled community.
Life After Spinal Cord Injury
A social network and support resource for friends, family, and victims of spinal cord injury.
The Magic Flute, a wind instrument which allows you to play music with head movement. The Magic Flute was originally designed as an adaptive musical instrument for people with little or no arm movement — with the goal of allowing people with a wide range of disabilities the ability to perform live electronic music that can be at the highest professional quality. It is also an exciting and rewarding way for people who have limited lung function to carry out Breathing Exercises that will never become tedious to them.