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"Anything Seems Impossible, Until Its Been Done." - Mark Felling

Since 2005 have directly impacted the lives of 25,000+ of the most physically limited mobility impaired persons, their families, and communities - including 1000's of Veterans returning from Iraq & Afghanistan. By empowering these individuals, through them, we have definitively and unequivocally changed the world. Here are just a few examples:

  • Made it possible for 10,000+ highly disabled travelers to fly commercially
  • Everyone unable to climb stairs is safer when visiting US Capital and White House in case of evacuation
  • Supported project that led to Indian Department of Tourism making many major tourist attractions such as the Taj Mahal wheelchair accessible
  • Empowered communications for self advocacy. First 100% Voice Control System Integrated on Power Wheelchairs
  • Robotic Glove made it possible for those with completely paralyzed hands to pick up and hold things
  • Adaptive Video Gaming has become a sub-industry based on controller designs we introduced in 2008 , Now frequently copied including by Microsoft that empowered the most limited to play any game online anonymously as an equal using only their head and mouth and WIN!
  • 20+ other solutions or designs that have demonstrated drastically reduced cost, greater simplicity, and simply made the seemingly impossible possible.

 Inclusive Adventures is the next step. Something bigger and far more bold. Ignorance has always been the greatest impediment to significantly greater impact. Inclusive Adventures overcomes by educating therapists and other professionals at many of the most influential institutions in a way that stimulates the imagination of what is possible.

Will you help us leverage the past by investing in our ability to deliver greater impact in the future? Please give us the opportunity to elaborate with stories of the past and a vision for what is to come.

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