Mobility Resource Center

Customer Mobility Resource Center

We hope you find this list of various types of resources that can benefit you with your mobility and independence!  These organizations can help with different areas and are here as a source of information for you.  Please understand we have no control over them or the content of their sites, they are listed alphabetically.

ALS Association - St. Louis Region

To discover treatments and a cure for ALS, and to serve, advocate for, and empower people affected by ALS to live their lives to the fullest.  

Website:  http://webstl.alsa.org/site/PageServer/?pagename=STL_2_our_mission.html

Disabled Sports Atheltic Association

A nonprofit organization that develops and organizes sports events for children, between the ages of 5 - 18 years old, with physical and visual disabilities.

Website: http://www.dasasports.org/

Muscular Dystrophy Association - St. Louis Region

Information about specific services that MDA offers and how to best utilize these many resources, which can make a critical difference in understanding, managing, and living day-to-day with neuromuscular disease.

Website:  http://www.mda.org/

Multiple Sclerosis Society 

People affected by MS can live their best lives as we stop MS in its tracks, restore what has been lost and end MS forever. The National MS Society's vision is a world free of MS.

Website: http://www.nationalmssociety.org/

Paraquad

Empowering people with disabilities to increase their independence through choice and opportunity.

Website: http://www.paraquad.org/

United Access

Mobility vans, wheelchair van lifts, scooter lifts, wheelchair or scooter ramps, transfer seats or adaptive driving aids such as hand controls and foot pedals for your specific needs.

Website:  www.unitedaccess.com

Variety Children's Charity 

All children are special. However, Variety - the Children's Charity's purpose is to serve children who are less fortunate - children who live and grow up with a serious illness, disability or disadvantage. These are extra special children who require a special kind of help. 

Website: http://varietystl.org/