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  1. Mobility Scooters South Africa: Asking the Right Questions

    Every decision and choice we make in life is preceded by questions and a process of due diligence - especially when it comes to spending money or making investments. 

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  2. The Shoprider Hall of Fame: Historical Biographies – Franklin D. Roosevelt

    The memory of Roosevelt’s life is not of him confined to a wheelchair. In fact, people often forget that he was disabled. In this Shoprider bio, we are interested in his public life that has made him well renowned, as well as his everyday life with a disability.

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  3. Shoprider – Shining the Spotlight on those with Wheelchair ‘Super-Powers’

    November 2019 has become a proudly South African month. Alongside all fellow South Africans, Shoprider is basking in the victorious aftermath of our boys bringing home the Rugby World Cup trophy with a power and presence beyond the sport. This has closely been followed by the excitement of our very own Anrune Weyers taking South Africa’s first gold for the women’s 400m track event at the 2019 Para-athletics championships in Dubai. 

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  4. Wheelchair Ramps – Making Your House a (Wheelchair-Friendly) Home

    They say ‘home is where the heart is’ and it certainly is the place where you can sink into the cosiness of the familiar, ready to refuel and refresh. When you live with a disability, the refuge that home provides is even more therapeutic. So it is imperative that your home is as disability-friendly as possible. Wheelchair ramps are the start to providing increased accessibility and freedom of movement. Get your family in on some home renovations and create a space that promotes your mobility.

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  5. The Shoprider Hall of Fame: Inspirational Biographies - Frida Kahlo

    August marks Woman’s Month in South Africa. In celebration, we at Shoprider are shining the spotlight on an inspirational woman from history – one who embodies life with a disability. Meet Frida Kahlo: Mexican artist and cultural icon. Her artworks voice a story, a complex portrayal of identity with brushstrokes. Her artistic abilities defined her identity before her disabilities did.

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