COVID-19 Precautions for Wheelchair and AT users

COVID-19 Precautions

for Wheelchair and AT users

paraplegic skiing with a mono ski
dynamic wheelchair testing ramp
using beneficial designs assessment tools to assess a trail
campsite with multiple outdoor features
trail access information map
high efficiency trail assessment process wheel
mobile firmness and stability testing on playground surface
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Beneficial Designs, Inc.
beneficial designs: designing beyond the norm to meet the needs of all people
wheelchair testing
ensuring safety for the end user

wheelchair testing

sidewalk assessment
covering public rights-of-way anywhere

sidewalk assessment

trail assessment
trailblazing your assessment needs

trail assessment

outdoor recreation
feature assessment services

outdoor recreation

mapping access
GIS and mapping services

mapping access

assessment tools
trail and park assesment products

assessment tools

firmness and stability
objective testing in the lab or on-site

firmness and stability

read and learn
mobility training publications

read and learn

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who we are

beneficial designs is a rehabilitation engineering and design firm

Here at BD, we create access solutions for persons with mobility impairments by performing rehabilitation research, designing products, writing standards, testing wheelchairs, and measuring outdoor environments for accessibility. We also perform legal consultation and serve as a rehabilitation information resource.

our aim is universal access through research, design, and education.

We are constantly working towards improving access for people of all abilities. Please let us know if you have questions or if we can benefit you in any way.

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“You were all so helpful to us and bent over backwards to get us ISO certified. I can’t thank you enough nor speak about you highly enough.”

wheelchair manufacturer