501(c)(3) Nonprofit

Mission: Create Possibilities that give Perspective to find Purpose in Community.

We change lives and strengthen families and communities by empowering wheelchair users with the tools, housing, transportation, and perspective to find purpose in contributing their talents and abilities to their community.

A community is strengthened by each member's contributions. Inclusive communities are strong communities.

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  • Collage of users of Inclusive Technologies

    Inclusive Technologies

    What: Assistive Technology Tools that Empower thru IndependenceHow: Guidance from disabled experts who intimately understand. Ease acquisition by bridging the murky waters of bureaucracy, insurance, and funding. Why: We all need tools to make a future seem tangible.

  • Inclusive Living

    Keep people at home engaged in their community through coaching and assessments. Home modification design, accessible personal transportation, small business self-employment, & telework from home. We all need to feel a part of and engaged in our communities.

  • Inclusive Adventures

    Inspire, Motivate, and Educate the public by stimulating a fundamental shift in participant's perspective from programmed, vulnerable dependency to confident, capable self-determination thru life-changing experiences. We all need to feel we have a future with possibilities.

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Advocacy Position

We believe in the power of will and perspective.

Position of Advocacy
A community is strengthened by each member's contributions. Inclusive communities are strong communities. Policy and action should facilitate all to contribute their talents to the best of their abilities. Together we benefit from:

  • The Energy and Enthusiasm of the Young
  • The Wisdom of the Experienced
  • The Innovations and Inspiration from, the Physically Limited
  • The Strength and Stamina of the Physically Viral
  • Being Humbled By Helping and Being Helped

We believe every person has an equal right to Life, Liberty, and The Pursuit of Happiness.

We believe "The Pursuit of Happiness" implies every person should have Equal Opportunity under the Law and through Policy to participate in society including economic self-improvement regardless of sex, religion, skin color, political affiliation, impairment, ability, or disability.

** The Disabled know better than most that Life is Not Fair. However the law must strive to be. **

We believe Institutionalization revokes the right to Life and Liberty

No one should live under the constant threat of institutional incarceration for no reason other than mobility impairment. To disregard the talents, insights, experience of family, friends, and neighbors simply because they have difficulty walking or using their hands is to devalue them. To remove them from society, is to disregard their humanity or dehumanize them.

Devaluation of the mobility impaired through policy and action is to say that physical labors have greater value than intellectual labors.

Inclusively, regardless of impairment, ANY person who feels devalued by their community is effectively stripped of their dignity and humanity, effectively killing them emotionally, and often slowly physically.If you have nothing to look forward to, or feel enthusiastic about, than why try? There is little remaining but to wait for the inevitable death by self neglect that frequently follows. Neglect in any form leads to higher healthcare costs. A person who is actively engaged in their community has far less healthcare costs.

Nursing Homes are little more than warehouses to keep the physically or mentally impaired out of sight and out of mind. Most agree that nursing homes do not work. Any large corporate facility will never feel like or be "home". (Making the name an oxymoron)

Existence IS NOT Living ... Living is much more than breathing and a heartbeat.

Institutionalization effectively strips that person of their right to Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness - that which we most fundamentally hold dear as AMERICANS.

We advocate for inclusion with the combined voice of member organizations & individuals. Add your Voice now!

Life = Equal Under the Law

Removal of ridiculous restrictions on economic self-improvementSimple Taxation = Fair TaxationNeed amendment that no law may identify any person or group by race, creed, sex, age, economic status, geography, affiliation, party nor any other categorization.

Liberty = Freedom to choose where one lives = Community Integration - assessments, life coaching, & community integration project implementation management.

Hold State and Federal Governments Accountable to Full Implementation of the Supreme Court Olmstead Decision from 15 years ago that says funds that would be available for someone to be in an institution need to be made available for that person to reside and participate fully within their community.

Pursuit of Happiness - Employment, Education, Family, Relationships, Recreation, & Travel

Change perspectives from vulnerable dependency to confident self-determination. Inspire, Motivate, and Educate Freedom to love and be loved by whomever we choose. Community engagement, NOT isolationCommunity engagement, NOT isolationFreedom to love and be loved by whomever we choose. 

When You Find Yourself Physically Impaired, Which Will You Choose?

We are all only temporarily able-bodied. You will grow old. Unless a car accident, unexpected diagnosis, or a wood-tick get you first.

Someone in your family has likely already experienced one of the following. Ask them how they feel about this comparison.

Nursing Home


Institutional Incarceration for Mobility Impairment Criminal Incarceration with a Mobility Impairment
  • 1 caregiver to 10 clients
  • Often wait Hours for Help, Bath once / week, etc.
  • Impersonal, Typically Terrible Quality of Care
  • Nursing Home responsible to buy wheelchair. Purchases inexpensive $300 sling seat used manual wheelchair.
  • Wheelchair unusable to quadriplegics and higher level of needs means sentence of solitary confinement in bed.
  • History of younger disabled who haven't been out of bed in 2 years. Van to local mall, etc. maybe once per week.
  • NO Release Date
  • ALL Income and Assets are Taken by home or state in collaboration
  • Individual or family pays $75,000 to $200,000
  • Push medications to sedate.
  • Restrict access to power wheelchairs preferring to push resident in a manual chair as they are easier to control and monitor.
  • One-to-one personal care
  • Caregiver is always there, plenty of time available.
  • Personal, Typically Good to Excellent Quality of Care.
  • Prison/State responsible to purchase wheelchair. Purchases quality $3,000-$50,000 new power wheelchair.
  • Freedom to move around prison and and outdoor yard while interacting with other prisoners.
  • Possible daily work/community release programs
  • Set Release Date
  • Able to keep Assets and more Income (if smart about choice of crime committed)*
  • FREE to individual, society pays $19,000 to $39,000 (2015 avg)
  • Strongly restricted against using medications that sedate.
  • Restricting access to a power wheelchair would be considered excessive, unfair restriction/punishment Forcing someone into a manual chair they could not independently maneuver over
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