Access Partnership has blessed one of Kemet House resident's with the Rolls Royce of wheelchairs. we at Kemet House want to thank you, Karen from the of our heart, for finding this beautiful gift for our Ms. Mary. The gift will be passed along to future resident if Ms. Mary is no longer able to use it. This is the gift that will keep on giving, thank you Access Partnership.
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I just wanted to take a minute and say thank you so much for working to make this happen.
This gentleman showed up at one of our fire stations after being told that if he needed a wheelchair ramp for his house to contact the fire department and they would take care of it. Though not fully in our ability to handle, the station contacted Jo who then forwarded the request to Candie at Access Partners and eventually it made its way to Karen who was able to get the ramp donated.
This is a great example of a private-public partnership working together to make great things happen. I look forward to more collaboration in the future.
Again, all your efforts are very much appreciated.
I want to thank you and the Access Partnership organization for the much needed medical supplies that you assisted me with! Your help will improve my overall healthcare. Thank you for your dedication and work
My story started around August 2018. I had a fall and went to the ER but resulted with no fractures. My arthritis was so bad I could not walk. I tried to get my Ortho to write a prescription and get a wheelchair for me. Although, my Ortho was giving me trouble and my insurance required 13 months to rent. Now, I am using the wheelchair Access Partnership gifted to me. This wheelchair helped with my back pain! Thank you!
I believe in Access Partnership and their mission! They do so many wonderful things for the community such as donating new and gently used medical supplies to those in need, connecting those in need of dental care to volunteer dentists and other dental resources/programs. Also, even donating items outside of the country! I have seen all of this at first hand as an intern/volunteer and I can say I am very pleased and grateful for an organization that truly cares for our community. It was definitely a rewarding experience to be a helping hand at Access Partnership.
Access Partnership does a lot of good in the community.
I have witnessed it firsthand as a volunteer, seeing all the people connected to resources and medical supplies used to help people in need instead of being disposed.
I have also experienced it personally, when I had a family medical emergency, Access Partnership were among the few who helped us. Thank so much!
I was very impressed with Access Partnership's wide range of ways to improve access to healthcare. Karen Youmans was very informative and helpful when prompted with questions that I had. The partnership helped TREMENDOUSLY with the medical needs of my dad. He has been bed ridden for months and Access Partnership was able to provide the medical equipment necessary for his mobility issues. My only regret is that I didn't find out about it sooner! Thank you Access Partnership.
Hi Karen, I just want you to know how appreciative my brother and I are for you helping me getting the Rollator Walker for him.
He is very happy.
Thanks for helping me coordinate this via telephone from Charlotte, NC!
We are so very appreciative here at Chesapeake Care Clinic for your donation of refurbished CPAP machines!!
I wanted to give you an update about how your generosity is affecting the lives of our patients.
We had a gentleman (Mr. G) who was seen in our Sleep Apnea Clinic by Dr. H. Shah back in December 2018. At that time Dr. Shah diagnosed him with Obstructive Sleep Apnea and prescribed a CPAP machine and supplies. I then faxed the order to a local Oxygen company. Over the next few months I received numerous calls from this patient and his wife, stating he still had not received his CPAP machine. Each time he tried to call them he could not get through, and even after leaving a message did not get a return call. I also tried on numerous occasions to contact them about when he would be getting the CPAP and experienced the same struggle.
Last evening (July 22, 2019), Dr. Shah had another Sleep Apnea Clinic here. Because this patient STILL had not received his CPAP, I scheduled him to come in for follow-up appointment with Dr. Shah. We were able to provide this gentleman with one of your donated CPAP machines and Dr. Shah agreed to see him today in his office to set up calibration and receive mask and other supplies. The patient and his wife were overjoyed!
Dr. Shah himself is so pleased that we have this CPAP inventory from you! He says we will just plan to provide those patients that he identifies need a CPAP, with one from this inventory and he will then have them come to one of his office locations for proper calibration and pressure settings.
So thank you, THANK YOU, for helping to provide needed CPAP machines a reality for our patients!!
The Donated Dental Services Program performs miracles, and Laura my dear you have given me a new chance at life. I wanted to thank you for enabling me to receive the benefits of this fantastic program that satisfies dental needs, and in my case so many others! My life is so very different since I got my dentures. I’m no longer secluded and hiding behind doors. I am now out, and fighting for my life, literally! I’ve joined pulmonary classes and other groups to help with my COPD and PTSD caused by the 9/11 attacks in New York, so I can ready myself for a much needed major surgery. Not to mention I can also eat better and yes, I look fantastic! This program is a life saver! The work done by Dr. Syed and Tony at Pinnacle One was 100% terrific, they’re both artists! My teeth are beautiful and I’m blissfully happy! Thank you for caring about me, and giving me this wonderful gift. I promise to pass it on with kind words and good deeds. Be blessed.
Access Partnership truly meets the needs of our communities , not only in the Hampton Roads area, but also globally, assisting third world countries. We have helped typhoon victims and the nuns in nursing homes in the Philippines . Donations of healthcare equipment, suture kits, incontinence and diabetes supplies have gone a long way with the care of the underserved people. They truly are providing a much needed service to all.
Thank you for your response to my request for leads on a motorized scooter for a veteran.
Your response was timely and on the mark!. God must have been watching our emails:)
I contacted Cathy (your recommendation) and not only did she have a motorized scooter, but a motorized wheelchair and oversized push wheelchair due to the passing of her veteran husband.
As fate would have it, I had a requirement for a motorized scooter, a motorized wheelchair and oversized push wheelchair for three different veterans. Your work paid off. What a Godsend!!!
Thank you and Access Partnership as always for your dedication, compassion, and persistence in going the extra mile to help others in need. You are GREAT!
My best wishes,
James W. Ireland, COL, USA, (Ret.)
Service Officer, Chesapeake VFW POST 2894
“Laura, we would like to tell you how grateful we are for helping us connect with Dr. Owen; he is an awesome dentist and treated Charles and I with the utmost respect, and approached Charles with such gentle kindness and patience. This was a journey I wasn’t sure would ever happen or if my son could even handle it, but it has been a wonderful experience! Charles is now able to put his dentures in independently, and when he sees his friends he gives them a big smile and points to his teeth because he's so happy, but he smiles even bigger at his nurses and other young ladies, he's such a flirt! My heart is so full of joy when I see him smiling with confidence and Pride. Access Partnership we just can’t thank you enough!”
Even though I have insurance and the insurance covered what I needed- the equipment suppliers could still not get me what I needed- grip impairment aids. I needed equipment so I could feed myself. Someone told us about Access Partnership and on a whim we called. They had exactly what we needed and extras! The insurance company had us waiting for 4 months with no results and Access Partnership got it that same day. Bless you for what you do.
(A Donated Dental Service recipient) I love the overall results. It took a while to receive the dental work but I'm completely satisfied, 100% with the finished product. Laura (program coordinator) is a superstar in my book! Again, I thank you so very much for all of your encouragement, help, treatment and your overall concern. Also, your commitment to this program. 100% SATISFIED CUSTOMER!
I want to say thank you for the list of dental places. I found something more reasonable than the $4,000 I would have had to spend. I need to be able to smile when performing my music that I wrote (words and melody).
I got medical transport to take me to pick up this power chair from Access Partnership. Now I have the Bentley of wheelchairs. Thank you!
Homeland Disciples is a non-profit ministry that exists to serve the
homeless in the Hampton Roads area. Our existing service to the homeless
has provides a myriad of needed items and services, including
non-perishable food items, over the last 4 years. Now with the addition
of having freezer resources, we have the ability to seek out frozen food
products which can be prepared and then distributed to the homeless.
Our ability to serve the homeless has been greatly increased due to the
generosity of Sentara Hospital, Virginia Beach and Access Partnership.
I was looking for a place to donate my unused colostomy supplies and someone told me about Access Partnership. When I came to deliver the supplies, the girl running the program was so informative and helpful. So helpful that I actually ended up leaving with a much needed portable oxygen concentrator for my daughter. Everyone should know about this wonderful company!!
Norman C. Powers, Jr. known to his family as “Babe” served in the United States Army. He was held as a Prisoner of War after he was captured during the Korean War on 18 May 1951 and was held until his release on 21 August 1953 after the signing of the Armistice and was awarded the Prisoner of War Medal. Family contacted Access Partnership inquiring about a donated hospital bed. They explained that the bed he was provided by the V.A. was older and uncomfortable and they were advised he was not eligible for a new bed. Access Partnership was able to supply “Babe” with a donated hospital bed and patient lift making him more comfortable and easier to care for. He and his family were grateful that this program was available and they were able to receive the equipment free of charge!