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M.C. Mobility Systems In The News

(3/23/2012)  - Local Company Sponsors National Mobility Awareness Month

M.C. Mobility Systems sponsors events surrounding National Mobility Awareness Month in May including a wheelchair van giveaway contest....read more


(1/24/2012)  - M.C. Mobility Partners with Summer Camps for Kids with Disabilities

If you are in the Cincinnati, OH area, head out to the Tri-County Mall Febuary 11, 2012 to the 8th Annual Summer Adventures EXPO. This event pairs kids and young adults with disabilities with camps, activities, and learning activities for the summer and even year round!...read more


(11/21/2011)  - Mobility Company brings Continuing Education Courses to Healthcare Professionals for Free

M.C. Mobility Systems launches a continuing education site for certified occupational therapists, physical therapists, and case managers, offering free courses on how healthcare professionals can achieve positive mobility outcomes for their patients....read more


(3/24/2011)  - Bruno’s Joey Wheelchair Lift Stows Mobility Devices in One Click

For wheelchair or scooter users who are able to transfer from their device and walk short distances, Bruno’s Joey lift might just be the perfect mobility solution for your minivan. ...read more


(3/23/2011)  - Ohio Case Could Shift Cost of Doctor Malpractice to Taxpayers

Most doctors carry very large medical malpractice insurance policies, to cover lawsuits in the event they make a mistake on the job.  However, a case that is before the Ohio Supreme Court could shift the cost of doctors' mistakes to the taxpayers of Ohio, in what could be millions of dollars drained from the state fund....read more


(3/22/2011)  - Driving after Amputation: Mobility Equipment for Amputees

After a limb has been amputated, for any reason, a person is typically not able to drive an automobile the same way they did before. However, there are several adaptive devices that can enable an amputee to continue driving and maintain his or her independence....read more


(3/21/2011)  - M.C. Mobility Systems mentioned in Assistive Technology Article!

M.C. Mobility Systems recently had the honor of being mentioned in Kevin Leonard’s article “Game Changers for Living with Paralysis”. Kevin has been a C5-C6 quadriplegic for over 30 years, and wrote this article on seven things that have been game changers in his life....read more


(3/14/2011)  - Turning Automotive Seating Means More Independent Years

As we and our loved ones age, we have to start looking for ways to maintain independence. Being able to travel and get around accomplishing daily life activities is a big part of independence. Often, simply being able to get in and out of a car independently can add years to personal mobility....read more


(2/24/2011)  - Safety Considerations and Mobility Equipment for Older Drivers

As all of us age, our bodies and abilities change in ways that may affect our ability to drive. Vision, perception, reaction time, and physical functioning are all factors that play into our ability to drive safely. Fortunately today, older drivers have many options to assess their driving abilities and make modifications that can enable them to drive safer for longer. ...read more


(2/23/2011)  - Non Profit Serving People With Disabilities Holds Mardi Gras Benefit

Building Blocks for Kids is holding their annual benefit next week, and what better excuse to get together for fun and fundraising than Mardi Gras! Founded in 2003, Ohio-based nonprofit organization Building Blocks for Kids has been providing assistance to more than 225 children with disabilities. The mission of Building Blocks for Kids is to improve the quality of life for children with health related needs that are currently being unmet by traditional means such as grants and government referrals....read more


(2/21/2011)  - M.C. Mobility Systems recognized for exceptional customer satisfaction

The Braun Corporation, the leading manufacturer of wheelchair accessible vehicles and wheelchair lift systems, recently honored M.C. Mobility Systems with the Customer 1st Award. The award recipients were selected based on customer survey results over the course of 2010....read more


(2/18/2011)  - Disabled Member of Parliament Mocked During Commons Debate

Paul Maynard, a British Conservative Party Politician, represents a significant step forward for the disabled community abroad by being elected to Parliament in 2010 despite the fact that Maynard suffers from Cerebral Palsy. Unfortunately, as is often the case, it seems that the disabled community has seen the world take two steps forward and one step back when Maynard was allegedly taunted for his disability by other members of parliament (MPs) during a commons debate this month....read more


(2/17/2011)  - Vocational Rehabilition Can Help With Purchasing a Wheelchair Van

One of the most frequent questions asked of mobility dealers is "Where do I get help paying for a wheelchair van?" For people with disabilities who are interested in trying to go back to work, Vocational Rehabilitation may be a good source for wheelchair van funding....read more


(2/15/2011)  - Help Getting Up Stairs for People with Limited Mobility

As the number of residents in long term care facilities decreases, the need for personal assistance and equipment has increased for our country's disabled and aging populations. According to Older Americans 2010: Key Indicators of Well-Being (Older Americans 2010), the fifth in a series of reports produced by the Federal Interagency Forum on Aging-Related Statistics (Forum) that describe the overall status of the U.S. population age 65 and over, the need for personal assistance has decreased in the last 10 years as more people require equipment only in order to maintain their independence:...read more