Posts from October, 2014

  • Custom Wheelchair Costumes Raise Halloween Spirits! Custom Wheelchair Costumes Raise Halloween Spirits! For the third year in a row, the 101 Mobility® team built custom wheelchair costumes for the special needs class at Codington Elementary School in Wilmington, NC! From a dazzling cupcake to a fierce Red Baron costume, the kids flaunted their transformation in a school-wide ... Learn More
  • Q&A With Codington Elementary’s Special Needs Staff! Q&A With Codington Elementary’s Special Needs Staff! All of us at 101 Mobility® can’t even begin to describe how excited are to be hosting our 3rd Annual Wheelchair Costume Halloween Parade at Codington Elementary school in Wilmington, NC! The big day is just a couple of days away. We got to speak with special needs teacher ... Learn More
  • Read this, 4 Jake’s Sake Read this, 4 Jake’s Sake Jake, a spirited 11-year-old who loves video games, social studies, and watching videos on YouTube, was diagnosed with Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy at age 7. Since then, Jake’s friends and family launched 4 Jake’s Sake to raise funds and awareness for Jake’s condition. The ... Learn More
  • You Have to Play the Cards You’re Dealt. You Have to Play the Cards You’re Dealt. Earlier this week we spoke with Donna Freitas and her family in Carver, Massachusetts. Donna and her husband Dave have three children Danielle 31, Deanna 17, and David 15. Five years ago a fully healthy family was faced with a difficult new reality. Both Deanna and David ... Learn More