Meet the BraunAbility Owner Family
The needs of the people we serve are the inspiration for everything we do. Our accessible vehicles and mobility products let our customers achieve both lifechanging goals and create everyday memories for their family. As they will tell you, every day doesn't need to be an inspirational story of success like creating a new non-profit or competing in the highest division of your sport. In some ways, the aspirational moments are the ones most worth pursuing: the days of no transfer pain, or of seeing the world through the front windshield for the first time in years, or of choosing your favorite brand of cereal for yourself at the store. Either every day, or once-in-a-lifetime, BraunAbility has a product to get you there.
Let us introduce you to just a handful of the customers we are proud to serve.
It Takes a Village - The Josh Fugate Story
Josh Fugate, a quadriplegic from Fishers Indiana, had a spinal cord injury when he was 18 years old, right after graduating from high school. Click to read his story.
The Early History of BraunAbility
The history of BraunAbility: before The Braun Corporation made Entervans, Rampvans, Companion Seats, Chair toppers, we were a wheelchair lift manufacturer.
BraunAbility Helps A Teacher Return to Class
BraunAbility helps a teacher return to class and a couple finally share face-to-face conversations again. See how a wheelchair van might fit into your life.
Active Quad Embraces Life
Buying an accessible vehicle felt like "giving up" for Brian, but he realized it was just another way to keep him involved in his active lifestyle and embrace life.
Adventurous Customer Defies Their Handicap
A love of adventure that defies their handicap: this customer keeps energy high knowing he's safe to do what he enjoys in life with his BraunAbility van.
Christmas for a Hurting Family - A Wheelchair Van
A family in Tennessee received a new BraunAbility wheelchair accessible van when their church stepped up to provide for them.
Antonio Dowels, Local Hero, Receives His Van
Antonio Dowels is a law student in Miami, FL. The winner of the 2014 NMEDA Local Heroes contest received his vehicle in a ceremony last Monday.
309,000 Miles of Reliability
Steven has driven his BraunAbility Entervan to every state except for North Dakota and North Carolina and logged 309,000 miles in the past decade.
BraunAbility Customer Wins All-Star Award
Wright was determined to regain as much independence as possible. The first step was to find a vehicle so he visited a dealership and found a wheelchair van.
Braun's Favorite Newlywed Shares Spinal Rehab Experience
BraunAbility's Favorite Newlywed Shares Spinal Rehab Experience
Bravo for Brian and his Spirit of Ability
The first Ralph W. Braun Spirit of Ability Award is given to a a high school for their efforts to help a classmate after an accident leaving him paralyzed.
Respect Blue Spaces Winner Gives Camp Attitude a Boost
Camp Attitude gets a donation, the Onufer family gets extra spending money and BraunAbility has a terrific slogan for its Respect Blue Spaces campaign!
Convenience Makes a Comeback
Our customer's lives are too active to be slowed down by extra hassles. Convenience for our customers is built into every BraunAbility product.
Driving Freedom For a BraunAbility Customer
BraunAbility gives driving freedom back to customers every day, and it's this freedom we continue to drive for in our product development.
ESPN's Story "Picking Up Butch"
A man with cerebral palsy is part of maybe one of the longest running traditions on Middlebury College's campus: ESPN tells the story.
3 Wheelchair User Family Get a Handicap Van
A family with three members with a rare disease in wheelchairs buy their first accessible van from a BraunAbility dealer to aid their mobility.
First Entervan XT Owner is eXTra happy!
The newest addition to the BraunAbility fleet offerings is perfect for Gordon Wanamaker, a chair user who needed eXTra clearance to his wheelchair van.
Restoring Freedom For Loyal BraunAbility Customer
A loyal BraunAbility customer buys her third wheelchair van and says it allows her to be, "Free, free, free!" after being homebound 10 years ago.