Adaptive Product Businesses by SCI/D
Equipped with three wheels, a custom-made carbon shell and an MTB shock absorber, the TraceS chair is an everyday ally. It facilitates crossings and allows to move on the cobblestones of a city as on the country lanes. The 2kS TraceS chair is entirely made in France by our teams in Saumur.
ADI is known in the wheelchair industry as a designer and manufacturer of cutting edge products for people with disabilities. ADI’s mission is to provide solutions for the physically challenged with innovation and fuse advanced technology into the mobility industry; maintaining the highest commitment to quality.
Our first major product is Carborun active wheelchair, the first of its kind in Iran and ME region, utilizing a beautiful design, high quality components and a maneuverability and agility like no other regular wheelchair.
By combining art and science, we aim to provide people with disabilities a more independent life. Our vision is to strive to provide high quality and eye catching rehabilitation products for people with disabilities.
The NEW TrackerPro 2 head mouse provides reliable hands-free mouse control for individuals who are unable to use a traditional computer mouse. The smooth and pixel precise cursor control of TrackerPro 2 opens a world of possibilities for the user. An individual can use communication software, browse the internet, read a digital book, type an email, or just about anything else that can be done on a computer, tablet, or phone.
Active Hands make gripping aids that gently, yet firmly hold your hand into a gripping shape enabling you to hold tightly onto objects from hammers to garden tools; gym equipment to wii controllers; ski-outriggers to boat tillers; adaptive bike handles to musical instruments; and many more.
Advantage Bag Company
Advantage Bag Company
In 1988, based on personal need following many orthopedic surgeries, we developed our first product the C140, Crutch Bag. We now offer a full range of "Carrying Solutions" for crutches, walkers, wheelchairs (manual and electric, with or without push handles), scooters and strollers.
Alois Praschberger, Rolltechnik & Sport
The coolest sports equipment for people with disabilities
"Love of movement and joie de vivre ... that motivated me as a wheelchair user as early as 1982 to build the first prototypes of sports equipment especially for people with disabilities.
Miłosz "Milo" Krawczyk
Poland - Milo is a graduate of Management Faculty of University of Warsaw. During his professional career, he was an English language teacher, air traffic controller and risk analyst in an international corporation. For the past few years he has been focusing on the Blumil project – the two wheeled electric wheelchair based on Segway / Ninebot and Airwheel technology.
Box Beach Bomber
For all of you adaptive surfers, beach bunnies and trail blazers, Box Wheelchairs is proud to present The Beach Bomber! Built specifically for the beach and trail lifestyle, this chair uses a combination of 5" wide beach tires and massive inflatable creeper front wheels... Giving you the freedom to tackle even the most forbidding of terrain!
In 2004, we began a project to make paddling accessible to all. This project produced the Universal Paddling Seat. Since then, Creating Ability has developed and provided fully outfitted kayaks and adaptations to enable people of all abilities to participate in the sport of adaptive kayaking.
Eazyhold Adaptive Aids
EazyHold Adaptive Aids
EazyHolds an innovative silicone universal cuff for those with limited grip abilities. The EZs adapt to hold eating utensils, toothbrushes, musical instruments, sports equip. tools and toys! They gently hug the back of the hand to help hold all objects!