Ability Center is proud to support our nation’s veterans. Mobility issues are frustrating and navigating the marketplace to determine which mobility products best fit your needs can feel overwhelming and stressful, but we’re here to help.
We understand that mobility solutions are not one-size-fits-all and we work with you to find unique answers. Our trained staff will complete a needs analysis to assess your wants and needs and recommend the right mobility solutions based on the discussion. With over 25 years of experience, we pride ourselves on our ability to improve the quality of life of our customers. Put your trust in proven mobility professionals.
“Serving our nation’s veterans is our greatest honor, whether through supporting our local PVA chapters to ensure veterans have access to programs and resources that improve their quality of life by helping them find their ideal mobility solutions. Veterans have served to protect our freedom and it is our privilege to help them discover their mobility freedom.”
—John Beering, President, United Access
Veterans Benefits Eligibility
At Ability Center, we proudly support our veterans. We work closely with the Department of Veteran Affairs (VA) to best support you and your needs. Ability Center offers expertise in working with the VA on automotive grants for wheelchair accessible vehicles and forms 10-1394 and 21-4502. We celebrate our customers and employees who are veterans by supporting local events and volunteering with organizations that work to honor our veterans.
The VA offers a program that includes a new wheelchair van for disabled veterans every two years to veterans who are 100% service connected. The VA offers a one-time automobile grant of $24,115.12 for those that meet stringent guidelines. Veterans that trade their conversion vehicle every two years typically have less out-of-pocket expense getting into a new wheelchair van. Talk to your VA counselor or prosthetics doctor for more information on this opportunity.
Eligibility Requirements (Automobile Grant)
- Loss, or permanent loss of use, or one or both feet
- Loss, or permanent loss of use, of one or both hands
- Permanent impairment of vision in both eyes to a certain degree
- Severe burn injury
- Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS)
Please contact your local Ability Center location to better understand the potential level of assistance and connect you with your local VA.
Supporting Our Communities
Ability Center is proud to serve the veterans in the communities that we operate in. We have partnerships with a variety of veteran organizations such as Arizona Veterans Hall of Fame, Paralyzed Veterans of America the Arizona Chapter, Youth for Troops, Volunteers for Veteran’s Foundation, and Veteran and Community Mobility Center. With these partnerships, we can stay in touch with the community, provide insightful mobility solutions, and show our support to those who have contributed to this country’s pursuit of freedom and happiness.
Lenny Ovadia, General Manager of Ability Center Phoenix, receives award from the Arizona Veterans Association.