Best Portable Male Urination Bottle Kits of 2015

Simple urination bottles are used generally in the bedroom but are useful urination aids for outdoors travelling too.  The concept is very simple.  A bottle large enough for a large amount of urine.  A hole which is the right size… for most men.  A lid to secure the contents.  This article is regarding some of [...] Read more »

Best Length Adjustable Bathing Benches and Chairs of 2015

The bathroom can be a slippery place with most injuries in the house occurring in the bathroom, especially when elderly or disabled people are involved.  Creating a safe bathroom environment by utilizing bathroom aid bathing benches and bathing chairs is very important. When you’re looking for handicapped bathing chairs there are a few key features [...] Read more »

My 2012 List of Hand Controls for Disabled Drivers

There are two different types of hand controls for disabled drivers each with their own unique advantages and disadvantages.  Generally these affect the product’s price, functionality and installation process.  Hand controls for disabled drivers are an important aspect of the mobility scene and allow disable people to drive using only their hands.  You can find out about permanent and [...] Read more »

Highly Disabled Student George Austin Assaulted by a Bully

Stories like this sicken me to death, and it’s tragic to see a student who is so highly disabled to have been bullied and beaten in such a manner.  Not only does George Austin suffer from complete blindness he also has cerebral palsy and finds it incredibly difficult to walk.  George Austin was assaulted by an older bully (the name cannot be [...] Read more »

Disabled Service Dogs, and Two Other Disabled News Stories

On this, the first edition of the latest disabled news stories for the HHC.com website there are three stories which have caught my eye and may well be of interest to you too.  The first is with regards to disabled service dogs which can carry out simple to moderate tasks designed to make life easier [...] Read more »

Utilizing the SCI Rutgers Carecure Forums and the Apparelyzed Forums

If you have any type of spinal cord injury (SCI) or any type of disability then there are two important and well known forums which you should be aware of.  The first is the Carecure Forums which are run by SCI Rutgers which I personally think is the most useful non-profit disability forum.  The second, [...] Read more »

DADC 500 Manual Brake Only Hand Control

The DADC 500 Manual Brake Only is designed for drivers who can operate the pedals, but are challenged with the transition from gas to brake. The DADC 500 Manual Brake Only uses a traditional push/pull handle, with push for brake only. // // Quick, light action and a smooth response Access to brake without moving [...] Read more »

DADC 500 Manual Push Rock Hand Controls

The DADC 500 Manual Push Rock hand control is designed for drivers who want a higher hand position on the steering wheel. The DADC 500 Manual Push Rock uses a vertical handle to rock back for gas and push for brake. // // Quick, light action and a smooth response Eliminates confusion between gas and [...] Read more »

DADC 500 Manual Push Pull Hand Control

The DADC 500 Manual Push Pull hand control is designed for drivers who want the traditional push/pull operation without cutting their dashboard. The DADC 500 Manual Push Pull uses a traditional push/pull handle, pull for gas and push for brake. // // Quick, light action and a smooth response Eliminates confusion between gas and brake [...] Read more »

DADC 500 Push Pull Hand Controls

The DADC 500 Push Pull is a hand control designed for drivers who like the traditional push/pull handle but wish it was easier to push and pull. The DADC 500 Push Pull uses a vacuum assisted, traditional push/pull handle, pull for gas and push for brake. // // Two inches of pull for full throttle [...] Read more »