We speak to Zhey Grudov, inventor of the Feathertail, a wearable ergonomic computer mouse for people with poor motor skills or other physical impairments.
We speak to Caron Mcluckie, the designer of the Bealies wheelchair joggers, adaptive clothing inspired by her disabled son.
We speak to The Able Label founder – Katie Ellis – about her career in the fashion industry and how her Grandmother’s Parkinson’s disease diagnosis inspired her to design stylish and functional adaptive clothing.
We speak to Cristel Guzman, the designer of Optivus, which is the first streetwear-inspired and adapted clothing range entirely dedicated to people with physical disabilities.
We speak to disability entrepreneur Tony Awad who invented the T-Pull door closer, an accessible, durable, swivel handle that helps you close external and internal doors.
We speak to Rob Smith about living with his disability, designing the Active Hands gripping aids, competing as a wheelchair rugby player and long-distance racer and being a disabled parent.
We speak to fashion designer Holly Yendell about her accessible clothing brand L.able, how she started out and her accessible clothing ideas.
Find out why the new Glideboard transfer aid is so different from any other wheelchair transfer board on the market, and how it came about.
Learn about the Functionalhand, invented by two paediatric therapists, to assist grasp when hand weakness or impairment interferes with function.
We speak to disabled entrepreneur Josh Wintersgill about the re-launch of his company ableMove, which provides transfer aids for wheelchair users.
Tru Grip is a door handle extension set that helps people with disabilities and joint pain to open doors with ease.
Available on the Disability Horizons Shop are dignified, comfortable, machine washable clothing protectors for disabled children and adults.