MobilityWorks is pleased to announce that our Bethlehem, PA location has moved to Allentown. Our new location is close to the Pennsylvania Turnpike Northeast extension and the Lehigh Street exit. Just 10 miles from the previous store in Bethlehem, the new Allentown showroom and rental center is still conveniently located for current customers.
“Our Bethlehem store was moved to provide a better overall experience for our customers from sales to service and rentals,” General Manager Ryan Gey said. “We are just one block off of Leigh Street, known to many as the Lehigh Valley’s ‘auto mile’”.
Venice, Italy: it’s a city known for pizza, gelato, stone walkways, canals and gondolas. Since being founded in 421 AD, the city’s greatest charm has been inaccessible to people with disabilities -until now.
Gondolas 4 All was started by several Italian gondoliers who work in Piazzale Roma. This is the first gondola dock tourists see as they enter Venice, Italy. Venice is a beautiful city filled with rich history and culture. However, people with disabilities have been unable to experience the beautiful city on the gondolas-until now.
MobilityWorks’ Beltsville location was proud to present wheelchair vans to John, a triple amputee and Purple Heart Recipient, and Andrew, a quadriplegic single father. The double wheelchair van presentation came together thanks to nonprofits Help our Military Heroes [HOMH] and the Semper Fi Fund, as well as Certified Driver Rehabilitation Specialist Tammy Phipps and a generous area veteran. John and Andrew received their keys to freedom with help from Certified Mobility Consultant Sherry and the rest of the Beltsville team.
Scientists are closer than ever to curing a multitude of diseases with today’s advancements. Though many cures still need to be discovered, technology has made improvements for living with illnesses. The technology is at your fingertips more than ever before with applications and other devices. Read on to see MobilityWorks’ list of free iOS and Android apps that can improve the lives of people with disabilities. You can download these apps for your iPhone, Android or other device.
At MobilityWorks, we are proud to provide mobility solutions for veterans each and every day. We are always looking for opportunities to offset costs for our customers. The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs [VA] funding is available for qualifying service-connected veterans on vehicles and a host of other necessities. As of January 1st, 2016, the new Accessible Vehicle Grant is more than $20,000. Besides accessible vehicle funding, did you know there are many other resources available to our brave heroes? Check out MobilityWorks’ guide to navigating the available benefits.