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    There are well over 70 million wheelchair bound people around the world. Some facilities and services are supplied to them to help them fit into society, But these “Solutions” are inadequate. Accessibility, Financial support, and conforming to society are some major problems that many wheelchair users face. In this document, I will state some possible solutions to this very prominent problem. The rights of the general, able bodied population apply to people in wheelchairs as well. Human Rights legislation

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    enough he or she can get drafted to play in a professional team and get paid for it. Wheelchair basketball is no different from any other sport. The only exception is that the sport is intended for people with leg disabilities however the benefits remain true. Wheelchair basketball incorporates wheelchair as the only option players can move, thus creating fairness to all players. If it had not been for wheelchairs the disabled would not be able to play the sport and potentially get paid for it. Enthaising

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    My Brief Time in a Wheelchair Why didn’t she smile at me? Why did he avoid eye contact with me? I smiled, I said hello. Ah, yes. The wheelchair. For a split second, I forgot that I was sitting in a wheelchair as the young couple scurried by me. It seemed so natural for me to smile and greet someone as they pass, and it hurt that a similar greeting was not returned. This was not the only hurtful reaction I received as I learned to operate a wheelchair around a K-Mart. And, it was not

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    This report will discuss the accessibility issue of motorized wheelchairs. Motorized wheelchairs are designed to meet an individual’s needs to their disability in mobility and created to be maneuverable in tight areas [1]. However, many barriers to people in wheelchairs face, that make it more challenging for them to accomplish (in some areas can include their day to day tasks or activities). Mechanical engineers are researching ways to help combat these barriers, which include how robotics can affect

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    different for someone who is not in a wheelchair. People often doubt their abilities and therefore have low expectations of them. What people fail to see is how mentally capable and hardworking these individuals truly are. Axel recalls, “Growing up in a wheelchair made the people around me assume that I wouldn’t be able to do anything for myself and that only motivated me more to be independent and prove not only to myself, but to others that being in a wheelchair doesn’t mean I can’t do what a normal

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    The Best Four Wheelchair Vans We Have Seen In 2013 It is hard to live with disability, because everyday things become a challenge. U.S. Census Bureau report from 2008 states that 3.3 million non-institutionalized Americans over age 15 years use wheelchairs. The reason why there are so many people with disabilities is that U.S. spent decades at war. This is why mobility industry is rethinking the products it provides to support a growing demographic. Vantage Mobility International (VMI) and Braun

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    But most importantly and more specific, the architecture that I am proposal is how can computers, sensors and wheelchair assist those who are immobile and unable to free explore and interact with their environment. The answer to this question is the Smart-Wheelchair, a intelligent device capable of navigating its surrounding with minimum human effort. Compare to the average wheelchair the smart chair required no pushing, it is capable free maneuvering any obstacle within its environment and is intelligent

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    Before I talk about the interview it is necessary to illustrate you with the differences in able body basketball and wheelchair basketball. The rules of wheelchair basketball and stand up basketball are very similar. The quarters are the length of 12 minutes. The shot clock is 24 seconds and once the ball hits the rim it resets. When the ball is in play you have 8 seconds to cross half court. Players can only be in the key for 3 seconds unless if the ball is being shot. When a player is inbounding

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    multifunctional self-caring wheelchair-bed, which is combined with a wheelchair and a bed. The Multifunction Wheelchair is a different function motorized wheelchair with comfortable bed and automatically movement, meaning it have different type of function , which is can be use as a automatically movement wheelchair and a comfortable wheelchair-bed, which is combined with a wheelchair and a bed. Figure 1.1 Wheelchair-Beds 1.2 Project Background A wheelchair is a chair with wheels

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    and other impaired people, who have a similar grade of disability, were not able to drive a joystick operated wheelchair which is the common type of powered wheelchair available commercially. The goal of this smart wheelchair project is to enhance an ordinary powered wheelchair by adding particular features that help the quadriplegic patients move independently. This motorized wheelchair is controlled using the speech of the user. Thus, it can be easily driven

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