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You may wonder how we’re doing all of this? Well, we couldn’t do it alone, that’s for sure.

A group of fantastic organizations have come together to sponsor and partner with the Wheel:Life community. They are helping to fund all of the resources that you’ll find here as well as those on our connected social media pages.

Thank you to all of the sponsors/media partners below for joining Wheel:Life in our effort to support people who use wheelchairs worldwide.  If you would like to become a sponsor, please contact us for details.

SPONSORS: We spotlight our sponsors every now and then to recognize their unwavering support, and we hope you’ll take the time to get to know them too!

A grey circle half of which is made up of grey and white lines. "Coloplast" appears in grey text to the right.Coloplast develops products and services to make life easier for people with deeply personal and private medical conditions. These conditions are often associated with trauma and taboo. The more intimate the condition, the greater the requirement to come closer to customers, understand their world and develop solutions that are sensitive to their special needs. We call this Intimate Healthcare. Our business includes Ostomy Care, Continence Care, Wound & Skin Care and, Urology Care. We operate globally and our organization is more than 10,000 people strong. Learn more at Coloplast.us.


A blue and white circle with "Comfort Medical" written next to it.Based in Coral Springs, FL, Comfort Medical, LLC is the leading national mail-order provider of urological and ostomy supplies. Comfort is committed to supporting the needs of patients and healthcare professionals by providing a diverse product offering, convenient home delivery, education, and support. Learn more at ComfortMedical.com or call 1-800-700-4246.


A blue circle with the outline of a mountain in white with "Paradox Sports" written in white.

Paradox offers accessible climbing experiences for people with disabilities, defying the perception that people with a disability cannot lead a life of adventure. Challenges include both indoor and outdoor rock climbing, ice climbing and mountaineering.

Climbing requires you to be present in both mind and body, and often the “disability” holding you back is in the mind.

In this sport, adaptive equipment is required even for able-bodied climbers. Harnesses, ropes, ice tools, and other gadgets aid in ascending the wall for people of all abilities, adaptive athletes do not necessarily need adaptive equipment to go climbing.

We are passionate about engaging everyone in climbing and the climbing community because the community is what keeps us coming back. Learn more at ParadoxSports.org.


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The #1 global collaborative community for experiences and knowledge shared by and for people with disabilities, so no one feels alone. Together we can do anything! Learn more at YoocanFind.com.


A dark blue background with a transparent circle and "Cure" in white text.The Cure Commitment is unsurpassed in the industry. Only Cure Medical has committed to donating 10% of net profits to scientific research. Cure Medical catheters are DEHP and BPA free. Simply by using new Cure Catheters® or Cure Catheter® Closed Systems for routine intermittent catheterization, you take part in the sustained pursuit of a cure.

Ours is a higher standard. In addition to being latex and BPA free, all of our products are DEHP free to prevent you from being exposed to the “known carcinogen” plasticizer found in most PVC catheters. Cure Medical catheters always have smooth, fire polished eyelets. Cure Catheters and Cure Catheter Closed Systems also come in a variety of familiar styles and smooth tip options to suit you.


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