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  • The online Community for people with spinal cord injury, their relatives and friends

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Are you interested in Chinese martial arts? Visit the Wushu Swiss Open on the coming Sunday, June 17 in Baar, Canton Zug! The event is the second...
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Tips for a weekend in Ticino
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thank you, this is great and gives some fantstic ideas how to enjoy the time in Ticino
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Playgrounds for All
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Playgrounds for All

Barrier-free and inclusive for all abilities

Extreme Sports for Wheelchair Users
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Extreme Sports for Wheelchair Users

Challenge yourself with these adrenaline-pumping activities

Savvy Travel Gadgets for Wheelchair Users
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Savvy Travel Gadgets for Wheelchair Users

These products can help you enjoy your holidays

Swimming for wheelchair users
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Swimming for wheelchair users

Our co-worker Caro teaches young people with physical disabilities how to swim.

Wheel-chi for All
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Wheel-chi for All

The Chinese martial arts in wheelchair

Rolling in Asia’s World City: Hong Kong
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Rolling in Asia’s World City: Hong Kong

A wheelchair vs. millions of people

Tips for a weekend in Ticino
966 6. April 2018

Tips for a weekend in Ticino

… by Rebecca, our author from Ticino

Wheelchair accessible hotels in Switzerland
509 22. March 2018

Wheelchair accessible hotels in Switzerland

How to find the right ones

How accessibility maps make life easier
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How accessibility maps make life easier

Paramap.ch and Google Maps will help you find accessible places.

Holiday Country Spain
389 31. October 2017

Holiday Country Spain

Mountainous but yet wheelchair-accessible and very convenient

Which are the most accessible cruises?
707 17. October 2017

Which are the most accessible cruises?

How to eliminate worry and stress from your cruise itinerary.

Dancing in the wheelchair? Yes for sure!
442 18. September 2017

Dancing in the wheelchair? Yes for sure!

Waltz, cha-cha-cha, ballet, or urban dance? An insight into the multifaceted world of wheelchair dance.

With one jolt up the mountain – a trip to the Chäserrugg
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With one jolt up the mountain – a trip to the Chäserrugg

A sensual experience

(Also) Switzerland is beautiful!
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(Also) Switzerland is beautiful!

Short distances – beautiful sceneries

Barrier-free Travel in Germany
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Barrier-free Travel in Germany

Discover Germany – with these websites!

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Last-minute preparation is rarely possible for people with disabilities. However, it’s feasible this year for children with disabilities who like to dress up for trick or treat. Target, one of the...
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