Assistive Medical Technologies at the University of Delaware has a challenge for members of the campus community.

On Wednesday, Oct. 21, “Mobility Challenge” will highlight the impact of mobility restrictions in daily life. Building on a wildly successful event in 2014, participants can take one of four challenges this year — stairs (to exhibit the challenges of wheelchairs), straps (arthrogryposis), sticks (stereotype) and silence (the social impact of a disability).

“The Mobility Challenge gets people thinking, gets them noticing that the mobility we take for granted is integral to how we socialize and perform daily activities,” says Naimisha Movva, co-organizer and senior biological sciences and psychological and brain sciences double major. Read more

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