24/7 Mobility Device Repair

 
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We work with a wide range of partners and organizations in private, non-profit, and charity sectors. In the private sector we offer coverage for medical supply companies that cannot provide after hours service normally. Our roots are planted firmly in the service of others and this is reflected in our partnerships and efforts in the community.

 

Founded by people with disabilities, we inherently understand the importance of keeping your vital tools in tip top shape, 24/7. Our services include flexible service packages, equipment rentals, as well as the pillar of our service: our always on 24/7, 7 days a week (including holidays) service. Peruse our plans and packages, and please don't hesitate to ask us more.

 

Our programs reflect our commitment to you both any time and in any financial circumstances. Our Downtown Eastside Outreach Program and our After Hours for Dealers Service Program work with our core values and empathy towards all individuals. Are you a dealer needing better after hours coverage? Are you in the DTES having difficulty with your equipment?

 

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'Its wheels stuck to your butt, how is that not cool" ... See MoreSee Less

Aaron Fotheringham is usally in a skatepark nailing insanse flips, tricks and hand-plants — in his wheelchair. As he sees it, a wheelchair is just "wheels stuck to your butt." So, there's no excuse ...

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We are available 24/7 for your emergency repair needs! We also sell parts and equipment to help you go out and live your life with confidence! Call 604-200-0119 ext 2. We are here to help. ... See MoreSee Less

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Happy first day of summer! The warm weather is coming, get out enjoy it! Remember to look after your batteries in the summer heat, and wear sunscreen.

Please share some of you awesome summer adventures with us. We would love to hear them. ... See MoreSee Less

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What are some of your moments that changed how your life for the better, in regards to your disability? We want to hear your stories!

Mine was when I went to my first integrated dance rehearsal (I wasn't expecting to like it or to think it was for me, I just went to support a friend.) The first thing I was asked to do was to move round the room in anyway that felt good to me. As I was moving around the room and trying new things, I realized it was the first time I was moving in my chair because I wanted to. I had no particular thing to accomplish, no day to day task to complete. The effect of that was amazing. I couldn't get enough of dance after that. The freedom it afforded me was such an incredible gift. It changed the way I viewed having a disability, and those around me with disabilities. I was able to accomplish things I never could when I was walking. I owe everything I have to that one moment in that dance rehearsal. - Harmanie ... See MoreSee Less

It's the little things we do that make a big difference. Help us bring more magical moments to those living with spinal cord injuries by donating to our Charity Challenge at bit.ly/ForMagicalMoments

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Happy Fathers Day to the amazing Fathers and Father figures out there. Your strength and support builds up our community and creates strong leaders for our future. Thank you for all you do! ... See MoreSee Less

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We are here at the UGM Summer Connect with the BC Rehab Foundation from 11am till 3pm offering free mobility equipment repair to DTES residents. Come on over and say hi! #teamugm ... See MoreSee Less

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