Quadriplegic Graduates with 4.0

The purpose of my blog is to show how wheelchair users, especially power wheelchair users, can be and are being empowered — mostly through sport (bowling and power soccer).  But perhaps the MOST empowering activity one can do is to increase his/her education.  Increasing one’s education is arguably more important for someone with a significant […]

IKAN User Profile: Vicki Price, Minnesota

Vicki Price is an active high school student in Minnesota, and happens to have Cerebral Palsy (the type of CP that necessitates wheelchair use, similar to what Melissa Sino has, who I profiled with my previous blog entry). According to her father Scott, Vicki LOVES to bowl. She also loves horses, computer and board games, […]

IKAN User Profile: Melissa Sino, Florida

My friend Melissa Sino is currently setting the bowling-pace for power wheelchair users with Cerebral Palsy. Her high score (see below) is tops in both the Cerebral Palsy category and the "head control" driving method category. I have to explain Melissa’s comment after stating her high score below… since technically I’m the co-inventor of the […]

IKAN User Profile: Bill Miller, Florida

Most of the previous blog entries were to set the foundation with all the background info about power wheelchair bowling, power soccer, and how our products can empower wheelchair users (scroll down or click HERE for Five Key Things to Know). Now I want to start profiling people who think life is better as an […]

Ikan PRICE BREAK — MUST Read! :-)

If you read the introduction to this blog (please do if you haven’t, scroll down or click HERE🙂 I promised user profiles and news items about how we’re getting power wheelchair users back in the game of life. We’re trying to get the word out on our products every way possible. We also have a […]

Introduction — emPOWERing Wheelchair Users! :-)

Welcome to my blog! 🙂   I’ll cut to the chase — this blog will illuminate how power wheelchair users are getting back in the game of life.   I’m one such power wheelchair user.   My name is Bill Miller; I’m a ventilator-dependent quadriplegic due to a spinal cord injury incurred August 23rd, 1997. […]