Clients and Friends

MobilityWork’s Client Travels to NYC for Sarcoidosis Awareness Month

Earlier this month, Karen Reynolds took a trip to New York City to help raise awareness for Sarcoidosis. Sarcoidosis is an inflammatory disease that can affect any organ in the body, resulting from an overreaction of the immune system. It is estimated to affect about 200,000 Americans, several of whom joined Karen in New York …

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Ben Abercrombie’s Road to Recovery

As a multisport star at Alabama’s famed Hoover High School, Ben Abercrombie was used to winning. His dedication on the field and in the classroom opened doors to the Ivy League, where he accepted a football scholarship to Harvard University. After a severe spinal cord injury suffered in his first collegiate game he faced a …

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Ohio Masonic Home Helps Cleveland Family Purchase a New Accessible Van

When George came into MobilityWorks in Akron, OH on a brisk March morning, he had no idea his family was there to take home a new wheelchair accessible van. The enthusiastic nine-year-old was ecstatic to learn that they would be leaving their older Dodge Grand Caravan behind and trading it in for a new one. …

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Funds Raised for Milwaukee Family After Their Accessible Van is Stolen

On Christmas morning, the Figueroa family started their minivan to warm it up before heading out to visit family. They went inside to get a few gifts and their two boys, both of whom use wheelchairs. When they came outside again, their wheelchair accessible van was gone. The Figueroa’s stolen van was originally donated by …

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Church Fundraiser Helps Michigan Family Purchase an Accessible Van

When Jaime was 28 years old her parents Debbie and Dean Dillon, began to notice she was stumbling and having a hard time walking. In 2004, she was diagnosed with Primary Progressive Multiple Sclerosis (MS) and has been in a wheelchair since 2005.  Earlier this month, Jaime received her first accessible van thanks to a …

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