Medical Equipment Network For The Disabled
Rating: 5 stars 1 1 review 879
5727 Ih 10 West San Antonio TX 78201 USA
Believing that mobility and independence are basic human rights, we empower individuals to become active members of their communities through the re- use of medical equipment.
The organization issued approximately 2698 items of durable medical equipment to 912 low income persons with disabilities.
the organization refurbished and sanitized approximately 2068 items of donated durable medical equipment.
the organization provided financial assistance to 421 low income persons with disabilities for direct assistive technology services.
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2 people found this review helpful
My nephew has ALS. When his disease began to progress to the point where he needed a wheel chair and other assistive devices, we were very pleased to learn that Project MEND could help him to get the items he needed.
The staff of Project MEND is outstanding!. Their concern for my nephew and their responsiveness is what sets them apart from other organizations that have been set up to help the physically challenged.
The speed with which they meet his needs and the fact that they make it their number one priority to serve the disabled public with a minimum of hassle is astounding.
That is why I support Project MEND and encourage others to do so.
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I would suggest that funding be allocated so that they can serve the disabled across the State of Texas
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