Although obtaining a wheelchair accessible vehicle may initially appear financially daunting, there exist grants and assistance initiatives designed to empower individuals with the freedom and independence that come with owning such a mobility vehicle. These resources span from private foundations and charitable organizations to government support programs, offering avenues to transform your mobility dreams into reality.

We have meticulously researched these opportunities so that you don’t have to. Our team of mobility consultants is well-equipped to guide you in identifying eligibility for various wheelchair van funding programs and simplifying the application process.

Furthermore, Manatee Mobility Vans has partnered with experts in wheelchair van financing to provide you with the most favorable financial options, ensuring the affordability of your accessible van purchase. Additionally, you may explore the possibility of trading in your current vehicle towards the acquisition of a wheelchair accessible van. We welcome trade-ins for both converted and unconverted vehicles. To embark on this journey or to gather more information, don’t hesitate to engage with one of our mobility consultants.

Funding Organizations

FAAST, or the Florida Alliance for Assistive Services and Technology, is a program designed to provide assistive technology to Floridians with disabilities and their loved ones. This program offers a range of activities, including device loans, demonstrations, re-utilization, and training, to ensure Floridians have access to the latest in assistive technology.

Additionally, FAAST provides information and assistance, as well as a financing program available state-wide. With a commitment to accessibility and innovation, FAAST is leading the way in assistive technology in the state of Florida.

Who do we serve? FAAST is here to serve Floridians who have disabilities and their family members, service providers, educators, therapists, employers, health and rehabilitation professionals, assistive technology vendors, procurement officials, and all other interested parties throughout the state of Florida.

To help people with disabilities find and maintain employment and enhance their independence. VR provides full payment of mobility equipment for accepted individuals in the program including converting a wheelchair accessible vehicle, seating solutions, hand controls, and any other adaptive driving equipment needed.

With 1.5 million veterans, Florida is the most veteran-friendly state in the nation. The Florida Department of Veterans’ Affairs help veterans purchase wheelchair accessible vehicles and adaptive driving equipment needed to operate these speciality vans.

The Florida Birth-Related Neurological Injury Compensation Association

NICA gets birth-injured children and adults the care they need while reducing the financial burden on medical providers and families.

Wheelchairs 4 Kids is a nonprofit dedicated to improving the lives of children with physical disabilities by providing wheelchairs, home and vehicle modifications as well as other assistive equipment at no charge to the families through our Let’s Roll Program.

Easterseals is leading the way to 100% equity, inclusion, and access for people with disabilities, families and communities by enriching education, enhancing health, expanding employment, and elevating community.

The ALS Association Florida Chapter is fighting ALS on all fronts, or as we like to say, “Covering all the bases for people living with ALS in Florida.”

Additional Associations

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We aim to make our Community Resource Directory a valuable resource for individuals with disabilities in Florida. If you are aware of any organizations that cater to the needs of people with disabilities and believe they should be included in our directory, kindly fill out our form provided.

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