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Although the Europeans eventually developed a similar design, this method of transportation did not exist until 1595 [6] when an unknown inventor from Spain built one for King Phillip II. Although it was an elaborate chair having both armrests and leg rests, the design still had shortcomings since it did not feature an efficient propulsion mechanism and thus, requires assistance to propel it. This makes the design more of a modern day highchair or portable throne for the wealthy rather than a modern day wheelchair for the disabled. [2]

In 1655, Stephan Farffler , a 22 year old paraplegic watchmaker, built the world's first self-propelling chair on a three wheel chassis using a system of cranks and cogwheels. [6] [3] However, the device had an appearance of a hand bike more than a wheelchair since the design included hand cranks mounted at the front wheel. [2]

In 1887, wheelchairs ("rolling chairs") were introduced to Atlantic City so invalid tourists could rent them to enjoy the Boardwalk. Soon, many healthy tourists also rented the decorated "rolling chairs" and servants to push them as a show of decadence and treatment they could never experience at home. [8]

Today, Dr. Eugene Emmer, owner of RehaDesign Wheelchair Accessories announced the launch of ‘Wheelchair Socks’ an innovative cover for wheelchair casters, the small front wheels on wheelchairs. The launch of Wheelchair Socks comes after years of requests from wheelchair users.

RehaDesign offers three types of wheelchair tire covers for manual wheelchairs. Wheelchair Slippers cover the big rear wheels. Mud Eaters also cover the rear wheels but are made from water resistant neoprene. The new product, Wheelchair Socks are the first covers designed for the small front casters.

Dr. Emmer said: “For a decade we have sold RehaDesign Wheelchair Slipper covers for rear wheelchair tires. Wheelchair users have told us that they appreciate that Wheelchair Slippers help to keep their floors clean from dirt and free from black tire marks. But for many years wheelchair users have demanded a solution for the front casters too. Until now, we have always given the disappointing answer that it was impossible to cover casters due to the way the caster is mounted on the wheelchair”.

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The film “The Rape of Recy Taylor” documents the case of a black woman who was gang-raped in Alabama in 1944 and defied the Jim Crow south by speaking out, with the support of Rosa Parks and others. Filmmaker Nancy Buirski reconstructs the events with testimonies from Taylor and her siblings, along with historian Danielle McGuire who wrote a book on the case, “At The Dark End of the Street." — Thom Powers and Raphaela Neihausen For more information, click here to visit the official film web site.

10/31/2012HME News StaffCINCINNATI – UroMed, a provider of incontinence supplies, has teamed up with PatientPoint and Cure Medical to provide educational materials on incontinence and catheterization in urology exam rooms. The educational resources provide patients with health information and discussion starters to support conversations with physicians. The brochures include an 800 number for patients wanting to learn more about UroMed products. PatientPoint provides patient and physician engagement solutions at point of care. Cure Medical manufactures catheters.

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Diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in 1999, Wroughton grandfather-of-three Andy Freeman now uses an electric wheelchair.

A former truck driver, Andy is used to tight corners. But he found himself hanging over a ledge when he attempted to take the bus from his Wroughton home to Waitrose.

After getting off at the Foxham Way bus stop on a trial run, Andy motored off to find a place to cross the road and meet a friend at Waitrose.

The Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act is a federal law, originally known as the Campus Security Act, that requires colleges and universities across the United States to disclose information annually about crime on and around their campuses. The Rensselaer 2011 Safety Report is available for viewing and download as a PDF document at: http://www.rpi.edu/safetyreport Contact: Mark Marchand
Phone: (518) 276-6098
E-mail: marchm3@rpi.edu

This short film was created to show the amazing lives that some of our friends live from a seated position. We hope it inspires you to keep chasing your dreams, reaching your goals, and living a life of happiness. Enjoy our site and take a moment to drop us a line.

Founder of Endless Ability, Paralyzed in 2008, Antonio has made it his mission to help others get through a traumatic injury.

The cinematographer/director behind Most Films and Most Vlogs partnered with Endless Ability in 2014 to make inspirational films.

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Although the Europeans eventually developed a similar design, this method of transportation did not exist until 1595 [6] when an unknown inventor from Spain built one for King Phillip II. Although it was an elaborate chair having both armrests and leg rests, the design still had shortcomings since it did not feature an efficient propulsion mechanism and thus, requires assistance to propel it. This makes the design more of a modern day highchair or portable throne for the wealthy rather than a modern day wheelchair for the disabled. [2]

In 1655, Stephan Farffler , a 22 year old paraplegic watchmaker, built the world''s first self-propelling chair on a three wheel chassis using a system of cranks and cogwheels. [6] [3] However, the device had an appearance of a hand bike more than a wheelchair since the design included hand cranks mounted at the front wheel. [2]

In 1887, wheelchairs ("rolling chairs") were introduced to Atlantic City so invalid tourists could rent them to enjoy the Boardwalk. Soon, many healthy tourists also rented the decorated "rolling chairs" and servants to push them as a show of decadence and treatment they could never experience at home. [8]