A Year in Review: Connecting With What Matters Most in 2021

We’re reflecting on our favorite memories from the year with our clients as 2021 winds down to a close! From family reunions to getting behind the wheel for the first time, you’ve shared your experiences with us about how your accessible van has impacted your life. Here’s a look back at some of our clients who shared their stories with us this year!

Accessible Vehicle Allows Veteran to ‘Be There’ for His Family

Veteran Randolph Stone, of Virginia, poses next to his accessible Chevrolet Traverse

After sustaining an injury while serving in Iraq, Randolph Stone was determined to maintain as much independence as he could back at home. For him, this meant figuring out a new way to drive. His resolve led him to learn how to drive with hand controls, opening a world of opportunity for adventure not only for himself but for his family as well. Click here to read Randolph’s story.

Don’t Miss the Big Picture!

The Corbett family stands next to their accessible Chevrolet Traverse.

As a 10-and-a-half-year veteran of the U.S. Air Force, Robert Corbett, of Virginia, has a passion for flight that endures despite suffering a spinal cord injury in 2016. He continues to share his passion with others by working with Wounded Eagle UAS, an organization that provides training to veterans interested in becoming FAA-certified commercial drone operators. Click here to see how Robert’s accessible Chevrolet Traverse allows him to take his family on new adventures.

Worth the Wait!

Megan stands next to her new accessible van

For Megan Grannan, being able to drive her own car was a lifelong dream that all began with a Barbie Jeep when she was 2 years old. To her, driving meant she would not need anyone’s permission or help to get where she wanted to go, when she wanted to go. After years of hard work, she earned her driver’s license and received the keys to her first-ever accessible van! Click here to read about Megan’s journey to the steering wheel.

Lights, Camera, Action! College Grad Chases Dream of Career in Broadcasting

Headshot of Lizzie Breznay next to photo of her accessible van

2020 may have thrown an extra hurdle into the paths of those trying to reach their goals, but nothing could keep 20-year-old Lizzie Breznay from her dream of working in television. After recently accepting her college degree, Lizzie says she is ready to “carve my own unique path in the broadcasting industry.” Click here to see how having an accessible van from MobilityWorks made it possible for Lizzie to continue her education and stay active in her community.

Big Surprise After Annual Trip to​ Dad’s Favorite Yogurt Shop

Tammy celebrates her new van with family and the MobilityWorks team

In many ways, the way we stayed connected to our loved ones in the past year changed drastically. In-person visits may have become phone calls, or annual vacations may have been postponed, but what never changed was the support that a community can bring. For one Las Vegas woman, a MobilityWorks rental appointment ended in the surprise of a lifetime thanks to her family, friends, and a lot of homemade keychains. Click here to read her story.

5 Generations Reunited!

Five generations of the Grimley family pose together

Gathering with family for life’s big moments was more important than ever this year. A 98-year-old Minnesota woman was finally able to meet her great-great granddaughter this spring, bringing five generations under one roof! Click here to see how a MobilityWorks rental made this reunion possible.

Wherever life took you in 2021, we are proud that MobilityWorks was part of your journey. We look forward to continuing to serve you in 2022 and we wish everyone a Happy New Year!

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