PARIS (AP) — For her first authorized visit in more than six weeks with her 80-year-old mother, Sabrina Deliry prepared a selection of their favorite tunes, among them Edith Piaf’s “La Vie en Rose.” Later, at the Paris nursing home where the mother has been agonizing in the solitude of her room, feeling imprisoned and […]
Every year around the holidays, a Norwich pawnbroker changes lives with the “Gift of Mobility.”
A mother in Waterbury is asking for help after her son’s wheelchair ramp was stolen from right outside their home.
Plainfield Police, Fire, and EMS responded to a one-car crash involving a pedestrian early Friday night.
A generous man is changing lives in Norwich.
Phil Pavone has been providing motorized wheelchairs to those in need for years.
Baby Charlie Gard’s parents have been locked in a bitter fight for their son’s future, not only for his survival against a debilitating disease, but against the London hospital where he has been a patient since he was just 2 months old and the British courts who say his condition is too grave to continue keeping him alive.
Getting ready for his many medical appointments is quite a chore for Pablo Perez who is confined to a wheelchair.
He couldn't do it without his personal care assistant and without the ride provided for Medicaid clients by the state.
But in the last year when Veyo took over he says he has missed many appointments.
"It's very stressful for me," said Perez of Waterford.
According to Westport Police Department, at approximately 6:00 PM, officers responded to a car versus pedestrian accident.
In addition to running AZ Pawn in Norwich, Phil Pavone coordinates a huge effort to refurbish used motorized wheelchairs each year.