Feature Stories

  • Bubbles

    Wash, Rinse, Spin

    Cushions are made of many different materials: air cells, foams of different densities and thicknesses, gel, honeycomb or a combination. But they’re all designed to keep you comfortable and support you. And one of the best ways to get the most from your wheelchair seat cushion is to take good care of it.

  • Man in wheelchair talking to physician

    Time to Speak Up

    To get the most out of primary health care, people with mobility conditions must become active healthcare consumers. Find out how.

  • Checklist: How Is Your Seat Cushion Holding Up?

    Look for signs of wear and tear before they affect your ride.

  • Perspectives
    Timberley

    Meet Lisa and Her Service Dog Timberly

    Lisa talks about how her service dog helps her cope with mobility challenges.

  • Indego exoskeleton

    One Step Closer

    For people with spinal cord injury, the nearest and greatest technology hope for walking again is the current class of exoskeletons.

About this Website

The Mobility Project (TMP) strives to help empower the community of wheelchair users, assistive technology users and their families by promoting dialogue and sharing ideas that can advance their many abilities and opportunities. TMP works to provide practical, timely information on assistive technology, accessibility, health-related resources, clinical conditions, advocacy and other topics of interest to this community and culture — while serving and appreciating people of all age groups and levels of ability.