Monthly Archives: July 2011

question Cooking Made Accessible

Ok seriously how do you with limited mobility cook for yourselves? I want some ideas with safety? any suggestions of stove top cooking like i can’t see insides of pans from my chair when using a stove if you like … Continue reading

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waiting on the world

I am feeling trapped in this body. I get a little cabin fever in the summer with grandiose plans to do this that seem out of reach such as the Vancouver trip.  I am frustrated by my peers who take for granted … Continue reading

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From Turtle To Bufferfly: The Good Thing That Came Out Of Job Loss For Me

“When one door closes another door opens; but we so often look so long and so regretfully upon the closed door, that we do not see the ones which open for us.”  -Alexander Graham Bell   In November 2009 I … Continue reading

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Weekend In Paradise? I wish

View on Vancouver Image by Thom Quine via Wikipedia I feel like a caged bird, I have lived in the same small city my entire life.  I haven’t seen anything of the country outside of the province for which I … Continue reading

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One Solution To Make Your Backyard Pool Accessible

We have a heat wave, what else is new?  It is not just hot; our climate offers the pleasantries of humidity also.  if you like my content why not help me out by joining my mailing list its free

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we will now return to our normally scheduled posts

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A Blogger Worst Nightmare Was Realized Today

Thank god for windows there onscreen keyboard is saving  my day as a blogger. I went apartment hunting for an accessible apartment if you like my content why not help me out by joining my mailing list its free

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Controlling Our Virtual World

It occurred to me how much we take the traditional forms of computing: the mouse and keyboard. When I was playing Sims 3 an entirely mouse-based game, I wondered how someone who used adaptive overlay for mouse control. if you … Continue reading

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Fashionably Disabled

Do you find that your disability limits your choices in clothing? Do you find that sitting down limits what you can wear especially when it comes to formal wear that again you are limited by the choice unless you want your … Continue reading

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Adaptive Sports Clothes

Do you have the same problem I do? When you wheel your sleeves on your jacket get gross? Do you find it hard to wear winter jackets in your wheelchair because they are far too bulky for what its worth? … Continue reading

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