"Freedom" by Scott DrotarAug 18, 2014
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I would like to introduce you to Mr. Scott Drotar, founder of Roll Models. Scott is an awesome man who is writing to change the world, and he has agreed to write guest blog posts for us here on AbilityVoice! We are incredibly excited to have him share his voice and perspective with us and you, our readers. Below is an article that he sent us a while back that we loved and wanted to share with you.   Scott Drotar Braveheart

Freeeeeeeeeeeee-Dooooom!!! Ok, so maybe what I am going to talk about isn't quite as intense as Mel Gibson's rallying cry to his brethren at the end of Braveheart, but it is very powerful (and I really wanted to open a post with a picture of this Scottish badass). Growing up being trapped in a wheelchair makes it really hard to get from place to place. That is why so many disabled people end up as shut ins, prisoners in their own homes. It is not because they don't want to go out, they just do not have the means to do so due to the enormous price of wheelchair accessible vehicles. Fortunately, my family, with the help of some charity organizations, had the financial ability to purchase a wheelchair accessible van, which over the years has become a perfect representation of the freedom it has given me.

Scott Drotar Van 1I am the proud owner of a 1997 green Ford Econoline E150. It has a custom dropped floor for increased head room to accommodate my wheelchair, an automatic EZ Lock wheelchair lockdown mechanism, and a Braun hydraulic lift. Most people would not look twice at my van with its dents and dings, and most people definitely wouldn't want to claim it as their vehicle. To me though, this van is priceless. It has given me so much and taken me so many amazing places. It took me to Niagara Falls, Fenway Park, Disneyworld, and Dallas along with a myriad of other trips that I could discuss that impacted my life in so many amazing ways. Instead of telling you about some family trip to somewhere though (don't worry I will break out the slides and projector eventually), I would like to instead tell you about the freedom that this automobile has given me.

Scott Drotar Van 2It gave me the freedom to go to school, first at Notre Dame and then at the University of Kansas, where I learned to help others. It gave me the freedom to live on my own, by providing me the means with which I can run errands and get groceries. It gave me the freedom to have a normal social life, because it gave me a vehicle to go out with friends to a movie or go on a date. It gave me the freedom to dream big, when it took me to go on a cruise by myself or on an impulse to drive 45 minutes for Whitecastle (I have weird dreams). It gave me so many little things that are too numerous to list, and to most people would seem very trivial, but allowed me to have a normal life. Most importantly though, it gave me the freedom to choose. To choose to live a full, happy life that I am so proud of. A life filled with freedom.

I shudder to think about how different my life would have been if not for the freedom this vehicle has given me. Would I have a life at all? Probably not, and any life I did have would have had minimal quality. By giving me the means to go out in the world, my four-wheeled, Ford savior gave me the spirit and sense of autonomy to dream big and work hard to achieve those dreams. It freed my mind from my disability by giving me access to life outside of the 4 walls of my parent's house. It gave me freedom.

Scott Drotar Van 3Even though she is over 15 years old, has almost 200,000 miles on her, and is pretty beat up (Yes, she is female), when I look at her I appreciate her, warts and all. Even though I am in the process of trying to purchase a new van, I will always remember and love this one for everything she has given me. I love her for the places she has taken me, but most of all I love her for the freedom she represents. She has gone by many names over the years, the big green monster, Bessie, and the Drotarcade, but no matter what we call her, she will always be a symbol of my freedom. The next time that you effortlessly hitch a ride with a friend or just grab your keys and drive, take a moment to think about what a privilege that is. Imagine what your life would be like if you couldn't get up and go whenever you wanted. Think about how fortunate you, and thanks to my van I, are to have this freedom. The freedom to live.”

If you would like to see the original article, you can find it here.

To learn more about Scott and to read more of his work, visit his website at www.scottdrotar.com

Look for original work from Scott here soon!


Submitted by: Micah / Ability Voice Blogger
Category: Customer Stories
Published: Aug 18, 2014
A Journey Beyond the CureAug 11, 2014
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We are always on the lookout for a cure. Televisions display images and messages of that magic panacea that guarantees a fix to whatever ailment we may face. But what happens when those silver bullet cures don’t work? For one man, that answer is to embark on a journey that may be one of the biggest challenges of his life.Robin with his Wife

Robin Bates was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis (MS) at the age of 30. At this time, his life was a veritable whirlwind of change. He had only been in the States just shy of two years. Having emigrated from South Africa to San Diego, he had recently wed his lovely wife and was seeking employment, all within the space of 3 months. Robin was not deterred and soon found work.

As time went on, his MS got worse, and Robin was left in a wheelchair and had to stop working. Like many others, he set to work to try and find a way to take back his life. After numerous cloud-in-a-bottle cures and tricks failing, Robin knew he had to take the hard way back.

Robin decided that he would take a cross-country trip in his power chair, from west coast to the east coast. His wife consulted a physician and the physician told him that he should not go unless he got himself in shape. These events collided together to create Robin’s MS Journey.Robin Thoughtful

“She is awesome,” said Robin. “I don’t know what I would do without her.”

Robin’s MS Journey is an initiative to take back his life by his own work. He is taking a year to exercise, eat a more wholesome diet, seek a variety of therapies and more to get himself back up and feeling stronger, and to reduce symptoms as much as possible so he can embark on his trip. The cross-country trip is designed to create awareness for MS, but it is more than that to Robin and his family.

“It isn’t just about MS,” said Robin. “There are people everywhere facing hard times. This is about taking matters into your own hands and doing something.”

Robin has been undergoing his diet and exercise regime for 4 months now and has dropped 27 pounds. He says he can feel his balance improving and strength returning to his legs and core. The results are encouraging him to keep doing more. His favorite exercise is his aqua therapy sessions where he spends an hour in the water stretching and performing strengthening exercises.

“It is a freedom thing,” said Robin. “It is definitely my number one favorite exercise.”

His absolute favorite thing though has been the support he has seen. He said that he has received countless emails from people telling him how his journey has inspired them, but those emails are inversely what inspires Robin to keep pushing. He has even had people volunteer as coaches to help him train.Robin with Daughters

His wife and friends think his story could make a good book or documentary. He said he is open to the idea, but wants to make sure he is ready for his trip before committing to anything. He wants to achieve his goal without distraction.

Robin regularly updates a Facebook page with his progress and what things he has been finding that have helped him along. Like his page here, and follow his progress up until his trip begins September 2015.

“There is hope out there,” said Robin.


Submitted by: Micah / Ability Voice Blogger
Category: Customer Stories
Published: Aug 11, 2014
"No Obstacle Too Big" for Spirit of Ability WinnerAug 04, 2014
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There are few things as aptly named as the easy way. It is something we take without even realizing it. It is just that easy. On the other hand, one of the hardest things to do is to consciously fight against that easy way, become aware of it, and choose to do more. This mindset of courage is one that is not easily held.

Optimized-Holly and MCmobility“No obstacle too big” is the personal motto of Holly Koester, the recipient of the fourth Ralph W. Braun Spirit of Ability award. Holly was a Captain in the United States Army when her vehicle hit a temporary road and rolled over. The incident resulted in a spinal cord injury that left her without the use of her legs. The easy road is the furthest thing from what would happen next.

“I always try to make the most of every opportunity,” said Holly. “Each day is a new day.”

Since her injury, Holly has competed in 23 National Veteran's Wheelchair Games, has completed a marathon in all 50 states, currently serves on the board and as spokesperson for the Buckeye chapter of the Paralyzed Veterans of America and as Sports Director for the chapter, and was a Cheerio's cereal box honoree in 2008, and more. Holly's twin sister, Joy, still serves in the Army Reserve as a Colonel. She is also quite the dog person. Her service dog, Glory (a charcoal lab), and she are a part of 2 dog clubs, and Holly teaches obedience classes. The Dodge Caravan is her vehicle of choice.Optimized-Crowd with Mikhail

We caught up with Holly at the Mid-Ohio Day at the Races event on Friday, Aug 1. Sam Schmidt, a quadriplegic and IndyCar team owner (former driver), was present to give Holly the award. The PVA came to the event in big numbers to support her and help celebrate the award. Food, a tour of the track, and other race-themed goodies awaited Day at the Races attendees and Holly after her ceremony.

In addition to the award, a $1,000 donation will be made to the disability-related cause of Koester's choice. The organization she chose is the Paralyzed Veterans of America (PVA). The PVA works to create an America where all veterans and people with disabilities, and their families, have everything they need to live full and productive lives.

WMFD of Mansfield, OH., was on hand and featured the event on the evening news. To see the piece, follow the link here.

 


Submitted by: Micah / Ability Voice Blogger
Category: News / Announcements
Published: Aug 04, 2014
Saying Goodbye to an Old FriendJul 31, 2014
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Perhaps the title may seem a bit dramatic to some, but for us here at BraunAbility, it is the honest truth. This October, BraunAbility is scheduled to manufacture the last vehicle in the Paratransit line of vehicles. After building the vehicle for 38 years, it is sad to see it go.Farewell Tour Paratransit

On Wednesday, July 23, BraunAbility celebrated the historic life of the vehicle line with a ceremony and ice cream social for all employees. Several speakers recalled their fond memories working on the vehicle line, with speakers ranging from BraunAbility President, Nick Gutwein, to workers from the line that builds the vehicle, to Kim Angel with Macon County Transit of North Carolina, the recipients of the last van to be manufactured. After the ceremony ended, ice cream was had by all.

Ralph began by putting lifts on full-size vans like these, said Nick Gutwein, BraunAbility President. This really is the Braun Corporation.

The Paratransit van is special to the State of North Carolina. BraunAbility has had a long-standing deal with the State of North Carolina, and has sold them more Paratransit vehicles than any other customer. With 25,000 Paratransit vehicles made, over 3,000 of them went to North Carolina alone. For this reason, there will be a similar celebration in North Carolina at a future date.BA Execs with Paratransit

The Ford Motor Company has made the decision to stop producing the Ford Econoline van, which served as the base chassis for the Paratransit vehicle. With no more supply of vehicles, BraunAbility had no choice but to stop production.

The end of the vehicle line does not mean BraunAbility will be letting anyone go. The Plant 6 employees who used to work on the Paratransit line will be absorbed into other departments, such as vehicle inspection for our new Certified Pre-Owned program.

So thank you to everyone in and out of the BraunAbility family for making this vehicle a success, and for helping us honor its historic legacy!

 


Submitted by: Micah / Ability Voice Blogger
Category: News / Announcements
Published: Jul 31, 2014
Third Spirit of Ability Recipient Honored in TorontoJul 22, 2014
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On Friday, July 18, the third Ralph W. Braun Spirit of Ability award winner was recognized at the Toronto Day at the Races Event. Sam Schmidt of Schmidt Peterson Motorsports gave the award to Kristen Cameron, a Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, native.Kristen in Classroom

Kristen was a grad student and hockey coach in Pennsylvania, and went out for an evening bike ride.  While riding, she was struck by a drunk driver and thrown over 45 feet from her bike. The driver was going an estimated 60 mph when the collision occurred. The driver kept going, only to stop to check for damage on his own car.

The incident left Kristen paralyzed from the chest down after sustaining a broken neck, but not even that could keep her down long.

Kristen is the perfect candidate for the Spirit of Ability because she has shown that she is an immovable object.  When she wants to accomplish something, she does.Cameron and Schmidt

A mere few months after her injury, Kristen was back out and exercising. She has taken up wheelchair racing, rugby, and more. Her service dog, Fido, accompanies her to visit schools and other groups to talk about the dangers of drunk driving. She is also back at school and working to finish her master’s degree in Organizational Leadership.

It's a really big honor to get this award, and I don't use that word lightly, said Kristen. It's still just surreal to me.

In addition to the award, a $1,000 donation was made to the disability-related cause of her choice. Kristen has chosen Level Playing, an initiative aimed at removing financial barriers to facilitate equitable access for children with special needs attending summer camps with the city of Brampton, Ontario.racing chair

The Spirit of Ability award was created to honor individuals who make a notable difference in the lives of people with physical disabilities, often despite overwhelming odds. With a dedication to living a life as an example of ability, we cannot think of someone more deserving of this award than Kristen.

Congratulations, Kristen, and may your spirit of ability shine on in each race, college course, and onward.


Submitted by: Micah / Ability Voice Blogger
Category: News / Announcements
Published: Jul 22, 2014
Colonel, Wing Commander, and BraunAbility CustomerJul 15, 2014
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Two of the three words in the title have an obvious relationship, but the third is just as descriptive in the case of Ernie Coleman. Earnest “Ernie” Coleman is a long-time military man and BraunAbility customer with quite a few stories under his belt. He was recently featured in a blog post by his local dealership, ADA Pasadena. Once we read his story, we had to talk to him ourselves.Ernie in Uniform

Ernie grew up watching footage of WWII fighter pilots flying into battle before the movie would start. Sometimes, he said he would go to the theater simply to watch the war footage of pilots flying instead of the movie itself! He made up his mind, he would become one of those pilots.

To say he accomplished that goal would be an understatement. In his 22 years of service of the United States Air Force, Ernie became Wing Commander of F-111 fighters at an air base, as well as reaching the rank of Colonel in 15 years. He flew close to 200 combat missions during the Vietnam War, some in the F-100 Super Sabre and the remainder in the F-4 Phantom II.

A short while before he made the rank of Brigadier General, the unthinkable happened. While on a training flight, he and his co-pilot encountered several mechanical issues that resulted in the duo ejecting from the plane. The harsh landing injured Ernie’s spine, leaving him paralyzed from the chest down.Ernie and Ralph

He lost his promotion to Brigadier General, but his story is far from over.

I don't worry about the little things I can't do,” said Ernie. “But I look at something I really want to do and figure out a way to make it happen.

In the 32 years that Ernie has been in a chair, his legacy has only grown. Both of his sons have had careers in the air force as well, but something that’s pretty remarkable about Ernie is his mechanical prowess.

Ernie has owned 2 BraunAbility vans, 5 vans outfitted with Braun lifts, and over 10 of Ralph’s own Tri-Wheelers. BraunAbility hasn’t made Tri-Wheelers in quite some time, so Ernie and his sons work and maintain them themselves. The family has a lift in the garage that allows Ernie to get to eye level with his Tri-Wheelers and do the work.Ernie and Ann

“I had a Permobil powerchair for a while, and people started treating me differently, so I went back to the Tri-Wheeler,” he said.

The same principle goes with his minivans as well. He said he has shopped for other brands and has test-driven many models, but always comes back.

“I wouldn’t have anything other than a Braun,” he said.

Thank you, Ernie, for your dedication and service to our country in your military career, and thank you for staying with us here at BraunAbility. It’s an honor to make our products for people like you.


Submitted by: Micah / Ability Voice Blogger
Category: Customer Stories
Published: Jul 15, 2014
College Tips for Students with a DisabilityJul 07, 2014
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As a recent college graduate, I feel like I am finally entitled to give some advice to all of the other students who are either about to start their foray into higher education, or are maybe only a year or two into it. I know I received much in the way of guidance from fellow college students and grads, and while I didn’t listen to it all, it certainly helped me when I did. Today, I shall begin to impart my wisdom to the next generation, but I want to do so to a different audience: students with a disability.

College is an incredible time. It is filled to the brim with new experiences, different people of all varieties, and it is a chance to learn both book smarts and some practical wisdom. All of these things are equally important, and should be pursued. Only obtaining book smarts is not necessarily a waste of your time and money, but it is a waste of an opportunity that you’ll never have again. During my time in college, I was able to interact with people from Russia, Korea, Ghana, and more on a daily basis. I learned much about myself and American culture from learning about them and theirs. I won’t probably get to do that again either. It was also a time of numerous first experiences, both personally and socially. Jeremy Watts with his Frat

So with this in mind, here are a few things to consider as you go into your freshman year or transfer to a different institution.

There is no Special Ed. in college

In college, everyone goes to the same classes. No exceptions. If you have a disability, bear that in mind. Your lecture could be a hall full of hundreds of other students, or a small room of ten classmates. Either way, it is up to you to plan accordingly and take whatever steps are necessary to succeed. If you need to sit close to the front, show up early. If homework takes longer for you, find a quiet place on or off campus and devote the time it takes. In the classroom, some accommodations may be made, but you’ll still be graded on the same level and scale as your peers.

Talk to the Administration Office about your needs

Though the classroom may be level playing grounds, there are rules that the college must abide by to make sure you have full access to the college life. Colleges cannot ask you about them on entrance forms, but you can mention them on your About Me sections. They will not affect your acceptance to the college either, that will still rest on your academic record. That said, there are accommodations that the college must make for you, and they should be made for you free of charge. Have a service animal? You may be entitled to a single room. In a wheelchair? They will place you in a dorm with an elevator. Hard of hearing? They will supply a sign language translator. Tutors, writing centers, and more are always available to you as well. These accommodation policies extend to extracurricular activities as well.

Talk to your Disability Support Services (DSS) office

Some institutions have a Disability Support Services office that will be your go-to place for anything you might need. Some colleges have differing names for this office, such as Disabled Student Services, Access Services, or the Office of Accessibility. Seek them out and let them know your needs.

Start Slow

Your first semester in college should be started with a smaller course load. College classes are not like your high school courses, and they take a bit of adjustment to get used to. Start with a smaller course load, and take classes in different departments. Experiencing new studies by taking different classes got me to change my major to what I graduated in, and now work doing. Take advantage of that freedom to learn new things and explore. What you find might surprise you.

Failure isn’t an end

College is harder than people expect it to be. In high school, I never got a grade lower than a B, and let’s just say that wasn’t the case in college. I also withdrew from a class and dropped other classes. College gives you the freedom to do these things, and do consider using these tools if you need to. Abusing them could be bad as well, but even with dropping and withdrawing, I graduated Cum Laude, and you can too.

 

For more tips for college, check out the book, 100 Things Every College Student with a Disability Ought to Know by Kendra Johnson and Trudie Hines. If you have some tips of your own, please leave them in the comments below!


Submitted by: Micah / Ability Voice Blogger
Category: Customer Stories
Published: Jul 07, 2014
Introducing Jim and Barbara TwardowskiJun 30, 2014
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In conjunction with the upcoming release of our new website and blog, we have a special treat for our readers. Summer is synonymous with vacation, road trips, and travel in general. Travel is near and dear to our hearts here at BraunAbility, and we want to celebrate the season of travel alongside our big launch. Barbara and Jim Twardowski, RN, will be doing a special blog series for us on the Great American Road Trip!RoadTrip

The Twardowskis are travel writers with over 9 years of experience and countless published articles under their belts. Their travels have taken them across the United States, into Europe, and even further. Charcot-Marie-Tooth Disease (CMT) has them traveling with a wheelchair, giving the duo the expertise to know what works and what doesn’t in the world of accessible travel. Their son often plays into the travel plans, giving them a perfect family perspective as well.

The Twardowskis have seen publication with Global Traveler, Health Care Traveler, Quest Magazine, and more.

The articles will focus on a road trip-style vacation plan for visiting several major U.S. cities, some special tourist spots, and general tips for a more stress-free journey. Curious about some of the destinations? Check out a preview below:

On the Road: Tips for Accessible Trips

This piece will serve as a handy guide for wheelchair users regarding items to pack, planning, safety and more.

Boston, Massachusetts 

Destination piece on historic sites, attractions and how to navigate the city in a wheelchair.

San Antonio, Texas

Destination piece highlighting the city's River Walk–a below street level park with winding paths, stone pedestrian bridges, shops, restaurants, and hotels. Traveling by car means tourists can see even more: Sea World, a botanical garden, and the Zoo.

Morgan's Wonderland: An Accessible Amusement Park

This unique amusement park in San Antonio was built by the father of a special needs child.  It's an affordable and fun theme park with rides and activities that are wheelchair accessible. Individuals with special needs receive free admission.

Chicago, Illinois

Destination piece on the Windy City featuring accessible attractions like the architectural boat tour.

Pensacola, Florida

Destination piece on this Panhandle town with gorgeous beaches, Blue Angels, a fort, and a revitalized downtown.

We are excited to share this special set of articles with you alongside our new blog. Look for it all coming soon!


Submitted by: Micah / Ability Voice Blogger
Category: News / Announcements
Published: Jun 30, 2014
The NMEDA 2014 Local Heroes Contest Winners AnnouncedJun 24, 2014
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NMEDA hosted their annual Local Heroes contest and has recently announced four winners. The competition has been running for the past few months, with thousands of entries being narrowed down to the select few winners. The community voted based on the information submitted by each contestant, and the stories they shared. All contestants were expected to hold to a common idea of what a local hero is: people who Volunteer, Educate, Advocate, Achieve, and Persevere. These four individuals embodied those attributes and received the highest number of votes, and they each will receive a new wheelchair-accessible vehicle courtesy of BraunAbility and VMI.

Local Hero, Antonio Dowels

Local Hero, Antonio Dowels

Antonio Dowels was a high school athlete with a chance to play college football in his race to play in the NFL. He was in the top 10% of his class, and his life was looking good. An automotive accident left him without the use of his legs, but even with his dreams of playing professional football left in the wreckage, he made strides forward. He graduated college and is looking to attend law school to become a sports attorney. During college, he spent his time devoted to his studies, feeding the homeless with his home church, mentoring newly disabled children at the local hospital, and speaking at schools and events. Antonio embodies the spirit of ability, and we hope the vehicle will help him get his law degree and realize his new dream of opening a organization to help underprivileged children.

Linda Stearns is the adoptive mother of Charlie, a child born with spina bifida and hydrocephalus. She raised Charlie alongside her biological child, and developed Multiple Sclerosis during this time. It only spurned her forward. She soon became babysitter for quadruplets (free of charge), and began caring for her elderly parents. She isn’t even close to done yet. Linda also volunteered with: Cook County Multiple Sclerosis Chapter as a member and supporter, the Garden Center for the Handicapped, Mt. Zion Lutheran Church along with Galilee Baptist Church and Homeless Center. She now continues her service efforts, even after developing and battling breast cancer. Linda has more than earned her title as a local hero.

Local Hero, Linda Stearns

Local Hero, Linda Stearns

Courtney Boyll has spent the last 20 years in a wheelchair after an accident nearly took her life. She was an avid basketball player, now turned wife, mother of 3, teacher and coach. She believes that her job as a teacher has been made more significant from her paraplegia. Her students see her in the halls, the classroom, and everywhere else living a life that overcomes her disability. It teaches a lesson beyond that of math and English skills. Linda is also active in her church community and volunteers frequently. We know Courtney will use her van to further the lives of students even more than she could before.

The Watsons gave birth to their twin sons 10 months prematurely, both weighing in below 3 pounds. Scott and Ian have had a slew of medical issues as a result, including things like quadriplegic cerebral palsy, epilepsy, and cortical visual impairment. The twins have to make the trek with their parents on a 5 hour drive to see a specialist.  The drive just got much easier with the new van the family will be receiving! Mrs. Watson plans penny drives for her local hospital, and has helped raise several thousand dollars in her efforts.

To see more about each of the winners, check out their profiles on the NMEDA site. Courtney and the Watson family also have videos that are worth a watch!

Thanks for supporting another great year of the NMEDA Local Heroes contest!


Submitted by: Micah / Ability Voice Blogger
Category: News / Announcements
Published: Jun 24, 2014
Travel on Our Minds at BraunAbilityJun 09, 2014
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School is out and the thermostat is rising, which can only mean one thing: summer is upon us! It is an exciting time for us here at BraunAbility, as we have some great, new things lined up for the 2014 summer season. Want to know what you can expect to see? Travel is on our minds here as we roll out some new things for you.Wheelchair Accessible Travel

Starting in mid-June, we have a special series of blog posts coming your way on AbilityVoice! Barbara and Jim Twardowski will be bringing us a series of travel-specific blog posts titled, “The Great American Road Trip.” In true BraunAbility fashion, the couple will be writing about popular destinations with mobility in mind. Locations like Boston, Chicago, Pensacola, Fla., and amusement parks are just a few of the topics that will be discussed in depth. Plan your summer road trip with the help of guest bloggers, the Twardowskis, starting next month!

In addition to the blog series, the AbilityVoice blog and BraunAbility website will be traveling as well. The new website for BraunAbility will be launching this June, with a sleek new look, more ways to engage with us, and even better ways to meet your mobility needs! We  can’t wait to share the new site and blog with you.

In the true spirit of travel, all of the BraunAbility digital world will be made mobile-device accessible with the new website! No matter where you are, we’ll be there to help.

Our summer is full of new changes and big releases, all with the hope of giving you the best summer possible. So go out and travel, explore the roadways, maybe even ride a roller coaster if that’s something you can do. This summer is all about ability.


Submitted by: Micah / Ability Voice Blogger
Category: News / Announcements
Published: Jun 09, 2014

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