Canada-Wide – March of Dimes – MODmobility
MODmobility is a social enterprise of March of Dimes Canada. Operations have been sub-contracted to Motion Specialties Incorporated, one of Canada’s largest suppliers of home healthcare equipment.
MODmobility offers recycled mobility equipment for sale to the public. This website serves as the on-line store where products are donated or purchased. Motion Specialties stores across Ontario will accept donations of used mobility equipment on behalf of MODmobility.
The unique arrangement between March of Dimes Canada and Motion Specialties Incorporated provides a system through which recycled equipment can be distributed throughout Canada to meet the diverse needs of clients with mobility challenges.
On this website, you can choose to either donate equipment or purchase equipment. This can be done on-line, by email or by contacting us directly at our toll free number 1-866-976-6632.
Ontario – Motion Specialties
A Canadian company, locally owned and operated, Motion Specialties has provided the most comprehensive and custom solutions for all mobility requirements. Our business has grown by delivering the right product with excellent service to each and every client. We are committed to a program of ongoing education with all our staff. Many of our store partners are also mobility and seating specialists and work closely with their sales teams who are kinesiologists, therapists and seasoned industry professionals with years of experience. We believe in making the products fit the client, not making the client fit the product.
Our products range from wheelchairs, walkers, scooters, lifting devices, hospital beds, Tempur mattresses, lift chairs, TENS units, first aid, incontinence products, and so much more!
We provide custom alteration and design options that accommodate every mobility need. Motion Specialties works closely with funding agencies and insurance companies across Canada, and is a registered vendor for ADP, AADL, WSIB, MEIA, and many others.
Ontario – ADP Assistive Devices Program (Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care)
The objective of the Assistive Devices Program (ADP) is to provide consumer centered support and funding to Ontario residents who have long-term physical disabilities and to provide access to personalized assistive devices appropriate for the individual’s basic needs.
Devices covered by the program are intended to enable people with physical disabilities to increase their independence through access to assistive devices responsive to their individual needs.
Providers of services or products must be registered with the program. Funding percentages vary depending on the device being funded. Please see the website for the most current details.
In most cases, the client pays a share of the cost at time of purchase and the vendor bills ADP the balance.
Zach’s List – Pediatric Equipment Exchange Source
Kids with special needs can have a lot of equipment needs. Wouldn’t it be great to reduce the costs, reuse the equipment and recycle those wheelchairs and walkers to people who can use them? Welcome to Zach’s List… Your Pediatric Equipment Exchange Source.