Medicare Help Funding Wheelchair Vans

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Medicare financial assistance was created by the US government to help not only senior citizens, but disabled persons as well with their medical needs. Funding is provided by Medicare on a state by state basis. Often funding can at least be partially attained for the ramp itself.

There are also other, national organizations out there that are willing to help. Listed below are just a few. For more financing options such as loans and other funding, visit our mobility finance information page.

Sources For Disability Funding Not Covered by Medicare Assistance

Access Loans from Bank of America
Bank of America Access Loans provides affordable and flexible terms for individuals with disabilities or access needs. Purchase the equipment you need to make your home and car accessible. Available in AZ, AR, CA, CT, FL, GA, ID, IL, IA, KS, MA, MD, ME, MO, NH, NJ, NV, NY, NM, NC, OK, OR, PA, RI, SC, TN, TX, VA, WA, and the District of Columbia.

NTAF Emergency Fund Program
The NTAF Emergency Fund Program helps patients who have exhausted all other resources by providing them with a one-time issue of financing money. Categories of payouts include: a month of medications or medication co-pays; gaps in Medicare coverage; relocation housing following transplantation; donor expenses; one month payment of primary residence rent or mortgage for transplant patients who have had to relocate; and adaptive equipment or ramps for spinal cord injury patients. Social workers or financial coordinators should call NTAF and speak with a Patient Services Coordinator who will help determine a patient's eligibility for this limited program.

On the look-out

AMS Vans continually searches for new ways to assist its customers in the purchase of a wheelchair accessible van. Please let us know of any organizations out there that we are unaware of so that we may share this information with other people seeking Medicare grants and other mobility finance methods.