James McGrath
When James McGrath returned to farming after undergoing a leg amputation, it was good news for him, his community and for corn lovers everywhere.

Mr. McGrath, who has grown corn and other crops on his family's farm for decades, benefitted from a DORS partnership in the Delaware-Maryland Agrability Project (DMAP), which serves farm famil...


Coit Custer
Coit Custer, AgrAbility Specialist for DMAP, recently had the opportunity to partner with the Georgia AgrAbility Project in an effort to assist a farmer with assistive technology. Coit was scheduled to attend a low-vision recertification conference in Atlanta when just a few days before the Georgia Project had inquired from the national list serve ...


Hope for the hurting farmer
Two knee replacements. Arthritis. And lots of pain. Joel Blessing lived with these conditions on a daily basis while continuing to farm hundreds of acres of corn and soybeans, and managing a large tilapia fish farm near Milford. But he needed help. Blessing found the assistance he direly needed for his debilitating conditions when he contact...


Don Cunningham
EASTER SEALS AND MID-AGRABILITY PROJECT RESTORE PASSION IN LOCAL FARMER'S LIFE Pursuing a passion is exhilarating, but attempting that same task with pain or limitations can be a safety concern, and sometimes seems impossible. Easter Seals Delaware & Maryland's Eastern Shore and the Mid-Atlantic AgrAbility Project did not want a spinal injury ...














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