8 New Products for Wheelchair Users

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A Normal Teenager Lives the ‘New Normal’ – The New York Times

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Research is Better When People with SCI Help Design It – New Mobility

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‘My son could die’: the disabled Syrian refugees on the sharp end of UK aid cuts – photo essay

In January, the British government told its diplomats to start finding 50–70% cuts in aid funding. In March, it was revealed it was slashing aid funding to Syrian refugee projects…

Fewer than 7% of disability care residents in Australia have received Covid jab

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