Akron, OH (PRWEB) September 25, 2012
As part of its ongoing effort to offer resourceful information for people in the handicap van market, The Mobility Resource published directories of disability grants and other financial aid sources today. The website now includes content covering reimbursements, special offers, grants, and additional ways to acquire BraunAbility handicap vans, equipment and modifications in a more affordable manner.
Perhaps most impressive are the directories for state-based financial assistance. A page was researched and published for each of the 50 states. Persons with disabilities can find information about where to turn in their respective state for financial aid. Listings include state government agencies, local divisions of federal programs, adaptive technology programs, charitable groups and other private organizations.
“People who need help paying for a handicap van can easily get overwhelmed looking for disability grants,” says Chris Miller, director of interactive marketing. “They can also feel like they’re lost in the shuffle when trying to deal with certain agencies. We're happy to use our experience and resources to guide people and get them on the right track.”
Local listings are one facet of the new financial aid pages, though. Other published content includes resources to help people find financial aid through federal programs and national associations. In addition, specific pages are also up or in the works for disabled veterans and for families with disabled children.
“People with disabilities are often on fixed incomes with piles of medical bills. There's a lot of help available, though, if they know where to turn,” said Miller. “We're in the business of helping people minimize their struggles and maximize their independence. Creating handicap van financial aid resources was an obvious step for us.”
About The Mobility Resource:
Powered by BraunAbility, The Mobility Resource is one of the largest networks of adaptive driving dealers in the U.S., featuring the largest online inventory of handicapped vehicles. To learn more about where to find financial aid, go to http://www.themobilityresource.com/financial-aid/.