Access for Stroke Survivors


Surviving a stroke or other brain trauma has many challenges. The survivor has not only physical limitations but also sometimes aphasia.  There are obviously frustrating and distressing limitations following a stroke or brain injury.  Electronic tablets are often used in the recovery stages providing access to communication software such as Lingraphica. The Pad Go Round is a tablet holder with two ergonomic handles, lanyard loops to secure the tablet to your body and a universal threaded insert on the back. This universal insert allows the attachment of any camera accessory especially table top tripods. If you cannot grip the Pad...

Read more

Time to Prepare Your College Students


It is that time again!! High school graduates are on the way to college. It is not too early to start compiling their supplies. It is not cheap to provide all the tools your high school graduate will need for college. The cost of books along are an eye opening expense. Your high school students may already have an electronic tablet and a desktop computer. It is a great tool to have a computing device that is portable. However the tablet alone can be limiting. It is not always convenient to carry around a laptop. The Pad Go Round is...

Read more

Pad Go Round featured in Florida's Business Observer


Thank you to Traci McMillan Beach of the Florida's Business Observer for the article on the history of the development of the Pad Go Round. There were several messages I wanted highlighted in this article. One is life cannot be lived without risks. The development and the design of the Pad Go Round had many risks. You cannot be successful in any area of life without risking something. Please take a moment to read this article and find nuggets for yourself. Here is the link: http://www.businessobserverfl.com/section/detail/jump-right-in1/    

Read more

Words Matter


I have had arthritis in my hands, wrists and knees for a number of years. My arthritis stems from the normal aging process and stress from years of walking in swamps. I had always said that I suffered from arthritis. I now have changed my perspective and I say I am an arthritis survivor not a victim. Words do matter. My arthritis will not go away so I deal with the symptoms. There are physical activities I can no longer do. I cannot ski, take a spinning class or walk moderate distances on hard pavement. This does not mean I...

Read more

Yoga Found to Help Reduce Memory Loss

Every era seems to have been more stressful than the last one. Experts believe that our current times may be some of the most stressful ever. We have worldly information available to us 24/7 on devices that are at our fingertips. No other time have people had personal devices to give them access to all forms of news both print and video. You have other stresses in your life too e.g. family and work.  Having the on-demand access can add stresses on your brain for which you are not aware. We understand the physical stresses like high blood pressure or...

Read more