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Wheelchair Accessible Minivan Makes Braeley Want to Cheer!

Congratulations!  Braeley and her family were awarded a grant from the Spina Bifida Association of KY with a matching donation made by Superior Van & Mobility,  as well as  donated products by Q’Straint and a grant from The National Organization for Vehicle Accessibility. Mobility Consultant Todd Winchester with Superior Van & Mobility in Louisville, KY helped this family in making their selection and delivered the van with a BraunAbility conversion in late September.  Braeley’s parents shared their thoughts on what this means to them:

Wow! What does this van mean to us? It means Braeley’s independence in and out of the car, which in turn has increased her confidence in growing up. That means more to us than anything else. She is able to be free in her own actions in regards to the car instead of being picked up and hauled around like you would a small child, this will mature her in many ways I’m sure of it! Thank you!

 

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Yeah, Braeley!

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            Braeley and Todd

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     Braeley, Shawna, Cameron & Brynna