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Accessible Romantic Getaways

Angelina Vu

February is the month of love! Are you trying to find an inclusive romantic getaway? We've put up some suggestions for romantic, easily accessible location ideas suitable for persons with disabilities. Take some inspiration in celebrating this romantic day with your lover.

Adaptive Costumes for Halloween

Angelina Vu

The 31st of October is Halloween! Halloween is a time of excitement and creativity for children of all ages. It's the season when they can transform into their favorite characters or go trick-or-treating. But for children with disabilities, finding the perfect costume can be a challenge.  That's where adaptive costumes come into play, making Halloween more inclusive for every child. 

Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Angelina Vu

Before October ends, we hope you take a moment to remember that October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month! It’s a time to raise awareness about breast cancer, its early detection, and the importance of regular screenings for all individuals, including those with physical disabilities.

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February 15, 2024

February is the month of love! Are you trying to find an inclusive romantic getaway? We've put up some suggestions for romantic, easily accessible location ideas suitable for persons with disabilities. Take some inspiration in celebrating this romantic day with your lover.

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June is Men's Health MOnth
Adaptive Wellness can help you reach your health goals no matter your level of mobility or experience.
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A Growing Need

1 in 4 Adults in the U.S. Live with a Disability

Disability impacts all of us. 61 million adults are living with some type of impairment, ranging from mobility, cognitive, or sensory disabilities, that impact their quality of life.



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38.2% Adults with a Disability Have Obesity

One in three adults with disabilities age 18 to 44 do not have a health care provider or access to accessible wellness support. This puts them at higher risk for obesity, and other health issues such as heart disease and diabetes.

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2 in 5 Adults
Over 65 Have a Disability

Disability is especially common among older adults, women and minorities. 1 in 4 women and 2 in 5 non-Hispanic American Indians / Alaska Natives have a disability. These segments are growing and only further increase the need to improve accessibility and care.

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Adaptive Costumes for Halloween
Nov 1, 2023

The 31st of October is Halloween! Halloween is a time of excitement and creativity for children of all ages. It's the season when they can transform into their favorite characters or go trick-or-treating. But for children with disabilities, finding the perfect costume can be a challenge.  That's where adaptive costumes come into play, making Halloween more inclusive for every child. 

Mental Health Awareness Month
May 31, 2023

May is Mental Health Awareness Month!  Let’s raise awareness about the importance of mental health and well-being.  Mental health is essential for people with disabilities, who face higher rates of mental distress than those without disabilities.

American Heart Health Month
Feb 28, 2023

February is American Health Heart month! This is the time for everyone to focus on their cardiovascular health. The risk factors for chronic disease are more prevalent in persons with disabilities thus increasing the risk for secondary conditions including cardiovascular disease. Let’s discuss options for maintaining a healthy heart while having a physical disability. 

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