See all Wheelchair Rights Videos at this play list link.
Quadriplegic Driving A Wheelchair Accessible Van With An EMC Joystick
Published on Jul 6, 2012
I became a C4 Incomplete ASIA B Quadriplegic in 2003. After years of research, I purchased the AEVIT 2.0 Joystick in 2008. I received my van (a Ford E250) 8 months later, and I have been driving since 2009. I transferred all of the electronics into the Toyota Sienna in 2011. I love this van.
BraunAbility Van http://www.braunability.com/
My old video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AvLNb8
The Undefeated / Award Winning Documentary Film On Disabled Persons
The Undefeated (1949). Moving but upbeat BAFTA award winning documentary film short about the men and women who were disabled during the two World Wars. Please note: British Public Information Films are not classed as being in the ‘Public Domain’ however they may be used freely for educational and research use.
For any proposed commercial use of the material please contact the British Film Institute (BFI) to obtain a license. BFI Archive Footage Sales, 21 Stephen Street, London, W1T 1LN. UK. firstname.lastname@example.org. http://www.bfi.org.uk. Producer: Central Office of Information. Production Company: Copyright: Crown Copyright/BFI. Creative Commons license: Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0
Disabled man mistakenly left on bus overnight
Panorama: Disabled or Faking it? Part 1 of 2
Published on Jul 31, 2012
Panorama Report on Goverments efforts to get people off of Benefits and whether the tests are fit for purpose.
BBC – who are funded by TV Licence payers like myself – may block this video… even though I helped pay for it to be made anyway!!
Day In a Wheelchair Challenge
see the interview and what Caroline thought of the challenge:
Disabled man spends days in bed due to broken equipment
(Sex)abled: Disability Uncensored
C5, C6 Quadriplegic Driving With EMC Equipment
Uploaded on Jul 1, 2011
Me going over the EMC driving equipment I have installed in my van (2010 Dodge Caravan) that I got back in October. There are not that many videos on YouTube of this equipment, and I think it will help people with spinal cord injuries or other disabilities by showing them what equipment is out there that can help them drive and be more independent. If you got any questions e-mail me at dansjawsurgery@Gmail.com
A Day in a Wheelchair Challenge
Published on Jun 8, 2013
This is the summation of my Day in a Wheelchair Challenge – I will upload separate videos from the entire day to show the struggles I faced, but they will be uploaded later on – just so I can keep this current video under 10 minutes!
Thank you SO much for watching, please donate any which amount at the following link!
https://fundrazr.com/campaigns/0WkZ3 – July 28th I will be doing my Wheel-a-thon 🙂 the more money I raise the more km’s I’ll have to wheel!
Fundraiser Videos: Intro https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fMDwX…
Q’STRAINT QRT Wheelchair Restraints by Schetky NW Bus Sales
Uploaded on Mar 19, 2010
Schetky NW Bus Sales – http://www.schetkynw.com
This is an operational video for the Q’Straint QRT Retractable Wheelchair Restraint and Securement System. It describes how to properly secure a wheelchair with this system, and gives a step by step account on how to fasten the belts. If you have this system in your bus or van, please make your drivers familiar with this video on how to operate the Q’Straint QRT.
Please also check out our videos on how to operate wheelchair lifts. Thank you.
6′ 5″ paralyzed man stuck in Ford Taurus
Man in Wheelchair Blocks Bus after Driver won’t let him on
Published on Jan 11, 2014
San Leandro BART Station January 10,2014 8:01pm
AC Transit Bus
Wheelchair girl Christine – paradolls.com – COMING SOON
Published on Apr 2, 2013
On our website you will find beautiful wheelchair girls from all over the world. We created this website to give you a great experience and introduce you into the world of wheelchair girls. Our models appear in different situations. You wanna watch them go shopping? Or you wanna see them go to bed? Or you just want to get an introduction in their private life?
Paradolls.com shows you this and much more. Our movies are filmed in high defintion (HD) to give you the best quality.
Soldier Helps Save Man in Wheelchair on Train Tracks
Published on Jul 11, 2013
When Army specialist Michael Menchaca saw a man strapped in his wheelchair fall onto the D.C. subway tracks, he immediately risked his own life to help.
The unidentified man in the wheelchair rode off of the platform on July 4 after trying to inch closer to read a sign and landed precariously close to the 750-volt third rail, WJLA reported.
Without a moment to waste, Menchaca instantly jumped down, started working on releasing the man and another good Samaritan helped him carry the man to safety.
The harrowing rescue video also shows another man standing on the opposite side of the platform who jumped over both third rails to help, according to WJLA.
“I was just doing the right thing,” Menchaca, the humble hero told the news outlet.
Subway heroes, like Menchaca, are heralded for their speed and willingness to put themselves in danger to save a complete stranger.
When Christopher Knafelc saw a man walk off a subway platform in Philadelphia in March, he acted with the same bravery and swiftness as Menchaca, according to the Associated Press.
He jumped down onto the tracks, knowing a train was due to arrive in a few moments, and held the man’s head and neck until firefighters arrived.
“He didn’t thank me, but I know he was thankful,” Knafelc told the Daily News. “You know what I mean? In my heart I believe he was.”
Too Many London Buses Avoid Wheelchair Riders – Part 1 to 3
Bus leaves woman in wheelchair at stop
Houston PD Slay Wheelchair Bound Double Amputee.
Published on 25 Sep 2012 by TheAlexJonesChannel
The pen may be mightier than the sword, but it’s definitely no match for a police officer’s service weapon.
The Houston PD demonstrated they’ll be perfectly obedient New World Order minions when this past weekend they executed a schizophrenic, wheelchair-ridden double amputee who was apparently threatening to attack officers with a pen.
According to the Associated Press, the man, whose name has not yet been released, used his wheelchair to corner “the officer inside a group home after officers were called to check on a disturbance.”
Jodi Silva, a spokesperson for Houston PD, says the officer couldn’t make out what the metal object the man waved was. It was later determined that the object was a pen.
After the mentally-ill man refused to comply with police orders to put the pen down, police opened fire without thinking twice to reach for the taser instead of the gun.
The schizophrenic man had a history of mental illness, according to the group home’s owner. He told the AP that the amputee had recounted stories of his lost leg and arm in the past.
The man — who had likely developed an embitterment issue, or “Ahab syndrome,” feeling anger over the unjust loss of his limbs, just as the famed fictional whaling ship captain in Melville’s classic tale — may also have been under the influence of prescribed anti-psychotic medications, which are known to have side effects of dysphoria, or severe depression.
Regardless, the one-armed, one-legged man was too much for police, who say he came “within inches to a foot” of them, threatening their lives.
The pen-wielding man’s shooting death illustrates the hot-headed, thoughtless psycho-hero mentality employed by adrenaline charged cops, a problem that has reached epidemic proportions and ingrained itself as a societal norm in our culture. (For instance, one could spend days, even weeks viewing police brutality videos on You Tube.)
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