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Purchase Accessible Equipment Online Through MobilityWorks

We are excited to announce that you can now shop for over 100 different accessible products online at Our new online store offers power wheelchairs, scooters, lift chairs, vehicle lifts, and accessible vehicle seating. By using our clients get the best of both worlds combining the ease and affordability of shopping online with the security of having a local outlet installing and delivering their purchase. With over 70 locations nationwide, there is a MobilityWorks location close by for most of our clients, but if there is not, in some cases we do deliver directly to your home.

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Major Technology Companies are Working to Improve Accessibility Awareness

Technology Companies Improve Accessibility Awareness

In recent weeks, several major technology companies including Google and Apple have released updates to help raise awareness for accessibility. Improving accessible features has been a major topic for large companies lately. Leading research institutions are studying how Artificial Intelligence (AI) can make technology more accessible for all, and now two of the largest technology providers in the world have joined in to help raise awareness for improving accessibility.

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10 Things to Look for in an Accessible College Campus

Accessible College Tips

For students entering their first year of college, the experience of higher education can be overwhelming. There’s a new environment to adjust to, new friends to meet, a new roommate to live with and above all, a new campus and classes to navigate. All students want to choose a college that provides them with a fantastic education and experience. However, students with disabilities have to be sure to pick a college whose campus meets their accessibility needs too. College can be an amazing experience, but choosing a school which best fits your needs makes sure that it is. Below are ten things to look for when researching an accessible college campus, to help during the selection process.

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