COVID-19 Update- September 1, 2020

As we navigate the evolving impact of the coronavirus we are going to continue to follow NC Department of Health and Human Services (NCDHHS) recommendations for our state and require everyone that comes into our offices to wear a mask.  If you do not have one let us know and one will be provided to… Read more »

COVID-19 Update- March 16, 2020

Stalls Medical is a customer & service oriented company that always has our client’s needs as a top priority.  As we navigate the evolving impact of the coronavirus we are going to follow NC Department of Health and Human Services (NCDHHS) recommendations for our state and close our offices to the public.  This will in return… Read more »

N.C. Waterfalls – Wheelchair Accessible Guide

Want to go sightseeing and visit some of North Carolina’s most beautiful waterfalls?  This guide offers you a great list of which waterfalls are fully accessible. Click here to view link

ACCESS North Carolina – Vacation and Travel Guide

Looking to explore new places and seek new adventure in North Carolina? This guide is a great place to start!  It is filled with places to visit along with the locations accessibility rating. Click here to view the guide

North Carolina Brain Injury Support Groups

The Brain Injury Association of North Carolina helps to sponsor over 40 support groups throughout the state. Support groups can help people with brain injuries, their families, and the professionals serving them to find local resources and support. Some groups are specifically for survivor’s spouses, children or members of the military, but most are open… Read more »

MS Society – Greater Carolinas Groups and Discussions

The Greater Carolinas Chapter works to improve the quality of life for people affected by MS in North Carolina and South Carolina and raise funds for critical MS research. Join the movement toward a world free of MS. >View this resource

Accessible Transportation Around the World

A great deal of progress has been made in developing regions since Access Exchange International was founded some 25 years ago. We are part of that story and the pages of this Newsletter have been filled with reports of newly accessible transportation in many countries. But one glaring exception in developing countries is that disabled… Read more »