June 2024

Camp with a Ramp

Camp with a Ramp

Camp with a Ramp is a three-day event designed for people with spinal cord injuries featuring activities such as adaptive kayaking, adaptive mountain biking, fishing, adaptive horse riding, and many more camp activities. Sunrise Medical was a proud sponsor of Camp with a Ramp last year and we look forward to contributing to this event for years to come.

Posted on 6/17/2024

Road Travel Tips

Road Travel Tips

From the beginning of our relationship, my husband and I bonded on our love of exploring and traveling to new places. Whether it was an hour-long road trip or a plane ride to a new part of the country, we knew that once we started a family it was important to both of us to share our love of traveling with our kids. Our firstborn son came into this world with difficulty. A 14-day stay in the NICU would uncover our son's brain bleed, and we were told that he would likely have a challenging life.

Posted on 6/11/2024

Being a Wheelchair User Prepared Me for Making Films

Being a Wheelchair User Prepared Me for Making Films

A broken elevator. Cabs that won't pick you up. That dreaded screech of tires when a chair randomly decides to stop working. Many of the challenges portrayed on screen in my latest Easterseals Disability Film Challenge (EDFC) five-minute short, "Wheelchair Money," mirror those I've faced in my daily life as a wheelchair user.

Posted on 6/4/2024

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2/7/2024 | Diana Weaver
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Thanks to Tyler for sharing the awesome opportunities! As the MRT Program Director, I'm always ha...

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