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Get $1,000 Now When You Trade In and Trade Up

Buy a Wheelchair Van from United Access

Tired of not loving what you drive? No problem. Come in to one of our local dealerships today and, not only will we find the right accessible vehicle to fit your budget and needs, but when you trade in your old vehicle, we’ll give you a trade in bonus of $1000.

Wheelchair Van Trade In Bonus

Even better, you can also SAVE up to $6000 from now until the end of September on select in stock accessible vehicles.

Trade in your old wheelchair van in today. There’s never been a better time to buy. Call us at 877-501-8267 or schedule an appointment today so we can help.

 

Our Commitment Continues

COVID-19 has created a storm of uncertainty, and we’ve seen its impact ripple through the communities we serve. As a company committed to helping people save money and live better we are working hard to respond to the many ways our communities need us, from ensuring access to service appointments, to bringing accessible vehicles to your homes to keep you safe, to helping with financing.

Sanitizing and Social Distancing

Our teams are working hard to keep our stores safe and sanitized for you. We are cleaning high-traffic, high-touch areas, like waiting areas and entry and exit points, every day. We’re also working to help you maintain proper social distancing.

*Savings applies to select in stock vehicles only. Offer doesn’t apply to past purchases. See Terms and Conditions for more information. Offer ends 8/31/2020.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Our Continued Commitment to You

For more than 20 years, United Access has been committed to serving our customers, even in the most challenging of times. This COVID crisis can create a lot of anxiety, and one of the things we’re trying to do is to take down that anxiety by making sure you know that across this nation, that we are here for everyone that needs us.

Buy a Wheelchair Van from United Access

Our Commitment Continues

COVID-19 has created a storm of uncertainty, and we’ve seen its impact ripple through the communities we serve. As a company committed to helping people save money and live better we are working hard to respond to the many ways our communities need us, from ensuring access to service appointments, to bringing accessible vehicles to your homes to keep you safe, to helping with financing.

Sanitation and Social Distancing

Our teams are working hard to keep our stores safe and sanitized for you. We are cleaning high-traffic, high-touch areas, like waiting areas and entry and exit points, every day. We’re also working to help you maintain proper social distancing.

Practicing Good Hygiene for Health and Safety

We continue to advise employees on best practices for maintaining good health. To help protect yourself, we recommend staying home when you’re sick, including if you’re experiencing fever. Avoid close contact with people who are sick, and practice social distancing by staying at least six feet apart from anyone else. Wash hands frequently with soap and water for at least 20 seconds and be sure to avoid touching your face with unwashed hands. Cover your nose and/or mouth when you sneeze or cough, and be sure to cough into your elbow or a tissue. Clean and disinfect frequently touched services daily. Again, we are so appreciative of the work our employees are doing to continue serving customers.

Things are changing each day, and we’re adapting, too

Please keep these things in mind for the best shopping experience:

  • Remember 6-20-100: Keep social distance of at least 6 feet, wash your hands for 20 seconds, and stay home if you have a fever of 100 degrees or more.
  • Keep it small: Go to the store with as few people as possible.
  • Let us come to you: Schedule a Home Demo where available.
  • Be patient: We’re all in this together.

Thank you for continuing to trust in United Access. Our hearts go out to everyone who has been impacted by this global crisis.

Call us today at 877-501-8267 so we can help you.

Helping the Hengstenbergs on the road to independence

The Hengstenbergs have their hands full with three children in car seats and Sawyer, who is in a wheelchair. Sawyer is a very sweet little girl who has been through many things already in her short life. Sawyer was born without a heartbeat, breath or life due to delivery complications. Doctors performed CPR for 30-40 minutes while trying to get a heartbeat. A ventilator was put in place to assist her in breathing and to supply oxygen to her brain. While all this was happening, nurses applied many bags of ice to her head to keep her brain from bleeding. Once Sawyer was stable, she was air lifted to Mercy Hospital St. Louis to the NICU. Sawyer was put on a cold bed for three days to allow her brain time to heal, which she did.

Once we were home, she continued to make progress toward healing. At six months we hit another obstacle; Sawyer was diagnosed with Cerebral Palsy. Cerebral Palsy is a disorder of movement, muscle tone or posture that is caused by damage that occurs to the immature, developing brain, most often before birth. Living with Cerebral Palsy can make it difficult for people to move about as easily, especially when it comes to getting in and out of a vehicle. That same day she was also diagnosed with hip dysplasia. Since her diagnosis, Sawyer has had two hip surgeries. The last of which was a really rough recovery for her. She was recently diagnosed with asthma due to all of the respiratory viruses. This past year she has started to have seizures. She was diagnosed with Seizure Disorder (Epilepsy). We are continuing to work on her feeding, sensory issues and talking and moving.

This van is going to be a life-changer when going places! It is so hard to get her chair in and out of our current van,” said Mrs. Hengstenberg. “We have been in the market for a wheelchair-accessible van to accommodate our family. Having a van that would accommodate us all would be a lifesaver.”

Disabled Girl Sitting In Wheelchair. On Her Legs Orthosis. Child Cerebral Palsy. Inclusion.

Thanks to a few generous organizations such as the Steelman Family FoundationMissouri Assistive Technology, and Varity the Children’s Charity of St. Louis along with several other generous donors, the Hengstenberg family will be driving away in their new 2016 Northstar E Dodge Caravan this Friday at the United Access corporate headquarters.

“The stories we hear every day and the smiles we see on our customers faces when they drive away for the first time, fuel our passion for the work we do,” said United Access Founder, Richard May.

“We are dedicated to giving back to the community that has given so much to us,” said René Steelman, founder of the Foundation. “This is the first grant we’ve been able to provide outside of the West Coast and we couldn’t be happier that it’s going to the Hengstenberg family.”

All in, Sawyer is a healthy, happy, normal little girl. Yes, she has physical disabilities but that doesn’t change who she is. She will brighten anyone’s day and everyone she meets just falls in love with her smile.

Everyone here at United Access wishes all the best to little Sawyer and all of the Hengstenberg family.

United Access in Plano moves to join forces with United Access in Rowlett

Close Up.team Work In Business Join Forces.

Effective June 1, 2018, the United Access store in Plano, Texas will move to join the store and staff at United Access in Rowlett. This move will allow United Access to better serve the Dallas communities as well as provide an exceptional customer experience for our customers. The new Rowlett store will be led by General Manager, Patrick Landeck. United Access in Rowlett is located at:

United Access – Rowlett

2704 Lawing Lane Ste. 300
Rowlett, TX 75088

972-240-8839

Make sure you mark your calendars for June 30th from 9am – 2pm so you can join us for the Grand Re-Opening event! There will be lots of food and family fun. Please RSVP so we know you’re coming.