At the age of fifteen; Scott Chesney, a young, energetic athlete, suffered a stroke of the spinal column that left him paralyzed. Even at a young age, Scott was able to respond to the adversity facing him in a positive way. He draws upon his own personal life situations as motivation for helping others.
Today, Scott is widely recognized as one of the top motivational speakers in the world; having spoken to over one million people in 38 different countries.
Rebekah Marine Gives Back as an Ambassador of the Lucky Fin Project
From the time that she was a very young girl, Rebekah Marine aspired to become a model. To help her work to achiever that dream, Rebekah’s mother took her to model agencies and casting directors in New York City.
Unfortunately, Rebekah was turned down by many, many agents, all who told her she wouldn’t have a future in the industry….. due to her disability. Rebekah was born without her right forearm.
MobilityWorks announced back on August 6th that we were offering a SPECIAL EMPLOYEE PRICING DISCOUNT to EVERYONE on all new 2015 Dodge and Chrysler minivans with BraunAbility conversions. This is a reminder that there are ONLY THREE WEEKS LEFT in the program!
Take advantage of these savings by contacting our Client Care Center today to schedule a van demonstration—or register online for your employee pricing discount (*) plus other applicable rebates and incentives. Act now — before it’s too late!
Our Comprehensive Van Dimension Guide is a Key Resource to Helping to Choose the Right Wheelchair Vehicle for Your Needs
When considering the purchase of a wheelchair accessible van, there are several variables to consider. Dimensions such as door opening height, ramp width, ramp angle, and even the length of the ramp are all critical considerations you need to take into account in order to ensure that the vehicle you select will meet your individual needs. Our comprehensive Van Dimension Guideidentifies all of the key variables for your consideration.
Each September we recognize the many service dogs who provide assistance, protection, companionship and confidence to their owners.
Service dogs serve those with debilitating medical conditions; from autism to blindness, seizure disorders and hearing impairments, diabetes and those who need physical assistance, and they also serve our wounded warriors suffering from conditions like PTSD, traumatic brain injuries, and mobility issues.