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Hi everyone!   Monday, July 25th at the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia many in the  disabled community felt like they were being heard for the first time in a long time.  After, our concerns and demands were constantly being ignored by politicians,  debate moderators, political commentators,  and many more.  The […]

News: Inclusion Was Main Focus for DNC


Good morning, lovely people!  Today isn’t suppose to be a blog day, but I had to come share my thoughts on the horrific tragedy that happened last week in Japan.  I just recently found out about it after doing a little research because the media outlets haven’t really said much.  […]

News: Disabled targeted in Japan Massacre…19 killed (My thoughts)




 Hi everybody!! Today’s news post is from Apple.  They announced about a week ago updates and new features to appear in the new iOS 10 and Apple Watch OS 3.0 release later this fall.  Apple has noticed in the past that not a lot of fitness applications and equipment cater […]

News: Apple Watch Will Soon Track Fitness for Wheelchair Users



  Hey everybody, happy Sunday!!  It’s been a busy week so blogging today is ideal.  Today’s entry is in the realms of Resource/Accommodation.  This particular application will help families who have someone on the Autism Spectrum better communicate.  The application is known as SpeakAll.  SpeakAll is a tablet application which, […]

News: Specialized App Developed at Purdue…


Hey everybody!! Today in disability news Facebook has implemented a new software that will ultimately allow visually impaired people to “see” photos on their feed.  The software designed by Matt King and his developmental team at Facebook will decode and describe images uploaded so that they can be turned into […]

News: Facebook now helps visually impaired ‘see’ their photos…



Hey everyone! Are any of my readers sneaker heads like myself? #SneakerandShoeAddict I am.      If so, a few months ago I wrote about the Nike FLYEASE (Read that here).  A shoe line by Nike inspired by Matthew Walzer, a young man living with Cerebral Palsy.  Matthew has a difficult […]

Nike Expanding Shoe line for Disabled…




Headlines:   The Food and Drug Administration  has cleared the exoskeleton to be marketed and sold. Okay, for those that don’t know the powered legs invented for people with an Spinal Cord injury are now being sold.  Exoskeleton came about a few years ago when doctors vowed to study and […]

News: FDA Approves Indego Exoskeleton


When you have spine deformities like Scoliosis and many others having it corrected means surgery.  Over the year of 2010-2011 1.6 million people got treated for Scoliosis, but 38,000 people need rods placed on their spine each year.  Correcting a spine with deformity is no easy task because it requires […]

News: Custom-Fitted Spine Implants