In the spring of 2015, Cory Lee was featured on the front of MobilityWork’s annual InMotion newsletter. Cory is a travel enthusiast, a dedicated blogger, and a wonderful advocate for improving accessibility worldwide. He was featured after renting an accessible van from MobilityWorks and winning our Instagram contest. Since then, Cory has been a busy man travelling all over the globe!
His 2016 started with a snowy trip to Helsinki, Finland. Upon his arrival, Cory knew that he had to check out the top rated TripAdvisor destination of Suomenlinna. This small island and former military fort is just a 15 minute accessible ferry ride away from Helsinki. While on the island, Cory enjoyed breathtaking views of historic churches, monuments and was able to warm up in the island’s museum and coffee shops.
Eleven seconds into the first game of Travis Roy’s collegiate hockey career, he went head first into the boards cracking his fourth vertebrae. Since that day over 20 years ago, Travis has worked relentlessly to help others recover from spinal cord injuries. His accessible van from MobilityWorks allows Travis to travel all over the country delivering motivational speeches and making appearances.
Give Kids The World Village, a non-profit resort in Central Florida, has been making dreams come true for the past 30 years. The 79 acre Village near Orlando provides week-long, cost free vacations to children with life-threatening illnesses and their families. Here at MobilityWorks, we are proud to supply their organization with hundreds of accessible rental vans. Our relationship with Give Kids The World goes back many years.
MobilityWorks just reduced the retail price on 13 Certified Pre-Owned Dodge Grand Caravan and Chrysler Town & Country converted minivans by as much as $5,000! All of them are 2015 models with low mileage and ready for sale today. These high quality, select pre-owned minivans also come with a BONUS OFFER, 7 yr / 100k mile powertrain warranty. Search for one on sale here.
There’s a new trend happening all over the country with individuals and couples downsizing to “Tiny Homes”, some of which are less than 100 square feet! There’s even a cable television show about the new phenomena. They are certainly advantageous in terms of cost. Many also claim the tiny home concept encourages homeowners to spend more time outdoors – which is okay in moderate weather climates. But what about accessibility for people using a wheelchair?