Pre-scheduled Saturday appointments and at-home demonstrations are also an option.
Now that spring is here, most of the MobilityWorks locations have recently adjusted their schedules to include or extend Saturday showroom hours. Clients wanting to stop in and look at wheelchair accessible vans for sale, or to schedule a free needs analysis with a Certified Mobility Consultant, are encouraged to view the individual hours of each location on our website. Most of the stores are open on Saturday’s starting at 9 AM in the morning.
Compatibility With Your Vehicle and Travel Lifestyle are Key Issues
There are many options from which to choose when deciding how to best transport mobility scooters. The best option is usually determined by having a professional Certified Mobility Consultant (CMC) perform a needs analysis with you. He/she will ask questions about your physical abilities and limitations, anticipated type and frequency of use, the scooter itself and the type of vehicle being used to transport it. Once the CMC knows that information, they can recommend adaptive equipment that is compatible with your vehicle, your scooter and your lifestyle.
MobilityWorks of Las Vegas will be hosting their 2nd annual Mobility Expo on April 29th from 10 AM to 4 PM. The event will bring together a unique blend of personal wellness advocates and transportation solutions under one roof. Exhibitors will include the Paralyzed Veterans of America (Nevada PVA Chapter), Easter Seals, and the ALS Association.
Author and Iraq war veteran Bryan Anderson will also speak at the expo, delivering an inspirational and entertaining message based upon his book “No Turning Back”. There will be several accessible vehicles on display as well as rental and service promotions.
The Tuttle family live just south of Atlanta in Newman, GA where they are raising two wonderful children. Zachary (10) and Samantha (8) are both in wheelchairs and have several medical conditions. Zachary was born with the rare condition Eagle-Barrett syndrome, also known as Prune Belly, and both children have Neurological Development Delays. This makes daily life extremely challenging for the Tuttles, but it does not stop them from enjoying every minute possible!
Almost 20 years ago Dave Trude was injured in an industrial accident that shattered his T11 vertebrae. He instantly lost the use of his legs, but did not lose his adventurous attitude. Dave had sailed competitively since he was a teenager, but knew continuing this may be difficult from a wheelchair. He quickly learned about the little known sport of Blokart racing, and since then has become one of the top competitors in the world!