Martin has full-time custody of her two teenage granddaughters, one of whom is Bailey, a full-time wheelchair user diagnosed with myotonic dystrophy, a genetic disorder that affects muscle function.
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Getting from point A to point B when travelling is often an adventure in and of itself, because the differences between our country and the rest of the world can be intimidating. Uncertainty about driving laws, currency conversions and other things make foreign travel daunting at times. But, as Tiffany Nickel found on her travels […]
Article #1: Making the Best We often hear that accessibility is a major reason why people don’t travel often. Equal accessibility across the globe is a goal of many organizations, such as Mobility International USA. While accessibility during travel is a major concern that requires planning, it should never stop anyone from doing things they […]
Apple filling for 9-inch pie 1/2 c. sugar 1/4 c. flour 1/2 t. nutmeg 1 t. cinnamon Dash salt 6 c. thinly sliced apples – 1/2 pared; 1/2 w/skins
Here are a few tips if this is your first time. The National Mobility Equipment Dealers Association (NMEDA) is our industry’s trade association. www.nmeda.org. Reputable mobility equipment dealers are members of the association. Kansas Truck Mobility has gone one step further and been audited by a third-party from NMEDA who certified our company as a QAP (Quality […]
It’s Father’s Day weekend, and if there’s one area of the home that is traditionally Dad’s domain, it’s the garage. The Man Cave! What makes a man cave wheelchair accessible? Marc Schmidt, customer and recipient of the Purple Heart and Bronze Star in 1968, has been using adaptive equipment for almost 50 years. I’d rate […]
We believe there are two issues to consider when evaluating the use of OTC (over-the-road-coach) buses to transport students. They are not built to meet FMVSS school bus standards which have specific safety requirements to protect students. And, the long-term cost-of-ownership can be expensive. In Kansas, school districts cannot, by law, purchase new motorcoach buses.
Has your school district considered Lease over Purchase? Kansas Truck Equipment Co., Inc. can discuss financing and leasing programs for new and used school buses.
Bill Logan, transportation supervisor, USD 330 Mission Valley, has been in the ‘school transportation business’ for 28 years. He’s been at it long enough to watch the bus barn go from gas to diesel, and, back to gas.