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Join MobilityWorks at the 2018 Boston Abilities Expo


For almost 40 years, the Abilities Expo has been dedicated to displaying the latest innovative adaptive technologies. The expo will feature groundbreaking accessible equipment, informative workshops, demonstrations and more.

MobilityWorks is proud to be participating in the 2018 Boston Abilities Expo from September 21st – 23rd. Certified Mobility Consultants from Londonderry, Woburn, North Attleboro, and Norwood will be in Booth #215 to answer any questions about accessible vehicles and adaptive equipment.

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Join MobilityWorks at the 2018 Chicago Abilities Expo

For almost 40 years, the Abilities Expo has been dedicated to displaying the latest innovative adaptive technologies. The expo will feature groundbreaking accessible equipment, informative workshops, demonstrations and more.

MobilityWorks is proud to be participating with BraunAbility in the 2018 Chicago Abilities Expo from June 29th through July 1st. Certified Mobility Consultants from Niles, Villa Park, and Plainfield will be in Booth #601 to answer any questions about accessible vehicles and adaptive equipment.

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Join MobilityWorks at the 2018 Los Angeles Abilities Expo

For almost 40 years, the Abilities Expo has been dedicated to displaying the latest innovative adaptive technologies. MobilityWorks is proud to be participating in the 2018 Los Angeles Abilities Expo from Friday, February 23rd through Sunday, February 25th. The expo will feature groundbreaking accessible equipment, informative workshops, demonstrations and more.

MobilityWorks has four locations around the greater Los Angeles area in Beverly Hills, Pasadena, Van Nuys and Riverside. Certified Mobility Consultants from these locations will be at Booth #615 to meet with attendees and answer questions about accessible vehicles and adaptive equipment.

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How Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Helped Shape the Disability Rights Movement

While most people know of the work which Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. did during the Civil Rights Movement, his work towards equalization extended far beyond that for African Americans. He was also a major component of helping pave the way towards a more accessible country. When changes were beginning to be being made for an increasing number of minorities across the country, advocates for those with disabilities joined in on the fight. Their efforts are responsible for many of the basic adaptations we see today, from marked parking spaces to equal access building codes.

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