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Inclusivity and Empowerment.


Meet the Designer

A quadriplegic since 1986, Todd Hargroder was frustrated with rehabilitation products and founded ADI (Accessible Designs, Inc) in 1993. By designing products that resonated with people in wheelchairs, the company grew globally via grit and innovation.


Recognized as a top innovator with 15+ patents and multiple grants in wheelchair mobility, Todd sold ADI in 2015 to Stealth Products, a division of Pride Mobility. 


Todd continues to collaborate with research institutions worldwide, and has been recognized as one of the top innovators in the history of wheelchair mobility.

Multiple Firsts:

Hargroder has been pioneering wheelchair improvements since 1993, innovating multiple products which were first to market, including:

  • Wheelchair disc brake technologies

    • 2-piece hub designs

    • Electric Actuation

    • Variable Braking Actuation 

  • Carbon fiber back supports, side guards, and seat pans

  • Multiple offerings of Fixed and Adjustable back support mounting systems


30+ years of innovation


Number of Patents Issued to Todd Hargroder


Exited ADI


Number of Countries worldwide for ADI Distribution


Meet Soul Mobility

As a user-inspired mobility products company, the soul of Soul Mobility lies with the users who benefit from our products. Our mission is to make life more inclusive and enjoyable, whether for travel, dining out, or at work. Soul Mobility innovates and manufactures products that empower individuals with easy-to-use solutions to improve their lives on wheels.



Highly respected business owner, designer and influencer in the disability community for over 30 years.


CEO & Founding Partner

25+ years of technical design, sales & international product line management leading global teams and bringing 100’s of products to market across multiple industries.


In the News

Recently, Co-Founding Partner, Troy Tesmer took Soul Mobility to Project Pitch It, a reality TV show presented by UW-Milwaukee’s Lubar Entrepreneurship Center. Soul Mobility makes their pitch April 20, airing on WISN-TV 12 in Milwaukee. For the complete story read the Waukesha Freeman article here. For more information about Project Pitch It, go to

Propelling Wheelchairs Into the Future

Waukesha Freeman, April 6, 2024

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